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Hi

Can somebody tell me how to ngrep http headers of outgoing http requests to specific IP
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man ngrep:

SYNOPSIS
       ngrep  <-hNXViwqpevxlDtTRM>  <-IO  pcap_dump > < -n num > < -d dev > < -A num > < -s snaplen > < -S limitlen > < -W normal|byline|sin-
       gle|none > < -c cols > < -P char > < -F file > < match expression > < bpf filter >

"match expression" depends from what you are seeking for. For example:

ngrep GET dst port 80 and host 74.125.39.105
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many thanks
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