Is there any body know how to get a tshark result in real time as

time    protocol    source ip    source port    destination ip    destination port   ttl  packet length   (packet's first 24 bit)
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Zephyr ICTCloud ArchitectCommented:
The captured packets are buffered, if you want to flush the standard output after each packet you can use the "-l" (Little L as in loop). Regarding the other options I'd suggest to go over the different options of the tshark MAN here.

For example, for time you can use the "-t" option and one of its many suboptions (a|ad|adoy|d|dd|e|r|u|ud|udoy), for protocols you can use the "--O <protocols>" option... Etcc.

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