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Category : Scripts
Submitted By : Savvius
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The OmniEngine Command Line (OCL) is an OmniScript based command line utility that manages captures on an OmniEngine that are configured to capture traffic for a specific IP Address.
Start Capture (-s):
The utility names the Captures and corresponding filter with the IP Address specified in the Start monitor arguments. The utility first checks to see if the filter already exists. If not an new filter is created. Then it checks to see if the Capture already exists and will exit if it does. It creates a new capture with the name set to the IP Address and selects the corresponding filter. The Capture is created with the Start Capture flag set so that it immediately begins to capture packets.
Stop Capture (-x):
The utility will first checks to see if the Capture exists, and stops and deletes the Capture if it does. It then checks for the filter and deletes the filter if it exists.
MonitorIP - Monitor IP v126.96.36.199 Copyright (C) 2009 WildPackets, Inc. MonitorIP -e
: The IP Address of the OmniEngine. [-p ] : default is 6367 [-t ] : Authentication type either: 'Default' or 'Third Party'. [-d ] : Domain of the credentials. [-n ] : Account Name. [-w ] : Account Password. [-s ] : Start monitoring an IP Address. Requires -a [-a ] : The adapter index. Use -la to list adapters. [-b ] : Capture buffer size in megabytes. Default is 4MB. [-f ] : Save To Disk filename template. [-r ] : Restart - The number of hours to start a new file. Default is 24 hours [-m ] : Save to Disk file size in megabytes. Default is Capture Buffer size or 64MB. [-x ] : Stop monitoring an IP Address. [-la] : List the adapters and quit. [-lc] : List the captures and quit. [-lf] : List the filters and quit. [-v ] : Verboseness - 0: fewer messages to 3: more messages. Default is 0. [-?] : Display this message and quit.
List the adapters on the OmniEngine at 192.168.1.100:
MonitorIP -e 192.168.1.100 -la
Create and start new Capture named "10.4.1.123" that will collect all the traffic from the specified IP Address:
MonitorIP -e 192.168.1.100 -a 0 -s 10.4.1.123
Stop and delete the Capture named "10.4.1.123":
MonitorIP -3 192.168.1.100 -x 10.4.1.123
Some neat tricks:
If iplist.txt contains:
for /F %i in (iplist.txt) do monitorip.exe -e 192.168.1.222 -x %i
will stop all three Captures.
For the Start and Stop Capture options (-s and -x) the IP Address supplied becomes the name of the Capture and the Filter exactly as entered. This means that "001.002.003.004" does not match "188.8.131.52". But "-s 001.002.003.004" and "-s 184.108.40.206" will create two Captures and both will capture the traffic from the IP Address 220.127.116.11. And "-x 18.104.22.168" will not stop the Capture created by "001.002.003.004". Use the -lc option to view the list of Captures.
The Display Help (-?), and List Adapters, Captures and Filter (-la, -lc, -lf) options take precedence, in that order, over the Start and Stop Capture options. You can take advantage of this if for instance a Stop Capture fails to find the Capture, from a Command Prompt: "C:>MonitorIP -e 22.214.171.124 -x 126.96.36.199" fails to find the capture. Press the up-arrow key to get: "C:>MonitorIP -e 188.8.131.52 -x 184.108.40.206", the cursor will be after the '4', add " -lc" and press enter to get the list of captures. The press the up-arrow key again, backspace to delete the "-lc" then use the arrow and backspace keys to enter the correct IP Address.
You can use computer names to specify the Engine ID (-e localhost), but not for a Start or Stop Capture (-s or -x).
Once a Capture has been created, you cannot modify the settings from the Monitor IP utility. One work around is to start a second capture on the same IP Address but with a leading zero in one of the class numbers. For instance if you need to change the settings of 220.127.116.11, start a new capture on 1.2.3.04 with the new settings and then stop (-x) the 18.104.22.168 capture. You will end up with some duplicate packets, but you will not lose any.
The last Capture Template and Filter are saved in the current directory: temp_captmp.xml and temp_filters.xml.
- Updated for latest OmniScript Version 22.214.171.124
- First release to MyPeek