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in linux how can i analyze UDP traffic?
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With Wireshark for Linux.
After filter for UDP.
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You can use tcpdump. Some Linux distro comes with it, if not you can compile from source.

http://www.tcpdump.org/

tcpdump -i <interface> udp -vv -X

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