Re: network informations brought by cdp

From: Ivan . (ivanhec_at_gmail.com)
Date: 11/09/05

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    To: hannibal blog <hannibalsec@gmail.com>
    
    

    try this

    Cdpsniffer-v1.0.tar.gz

    CDPsniffer is a smaill perl only Cisco discovery protocol (CDP)
    decoding sniffer. It sniffs the networktraffic, picks out the cdp
    packets and prints out the decoded protocol contents.
    http://www.remote-exploit.org/index.php/Codes_main

    cheers
    Ivan

    On 11/8/05, hannibal blog <hannibalsec@gmail.com> wrote:
    > hello guys
    >
    > I have captured several CDP packets on my network, and I'm looking for
    > help to fully understand and analyse their content.
    > Is there any good article on the web, that explains cdp fields and behavior.
    >
    > Example of questions i'm wondering : for the "adresses" field, does it
    > only put the ip adress of the interface sending the packet, or the ip
    > of a prédefined interface ?
    >
    > thx
    >
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