Need help with a tshark filter.

I am using Wireshark to capture network traffic to a file, using the filter 'no arp no broadcast no multicast host 10.20.30.40'.  I would like to use tshark to do the capture to a file instead.  This same filter generates errors when it is used in tshark.  What would the equivalent Tshark filter be?
CousinDupreeAsked:
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Hugh FraserConsultantCommented:
The syntax should be:

not arp and not broadcast and not multicast and host 10.20.30.40
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CousinDupreeAuthor Commented:
My apologies, 'not arp and not broadcast and not multicast and host 10.20.30.40' is indeed the filter that I am using.  It doesn't work in Tshark, however.
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Hugh FraserConsultantCommented:
This is the correct syntax for the filter, if that's where the problem is. What error are you getting?
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CousinDupreeAuthor Commented:
My command line syntax was incorrect, your answer was correct..  Thanks for the help!
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