[PROXYPER] How to get a tcpdump in win95?

WINKELMANS Gunther Gunther.WINKELMANS at is.belgacom.be
Wed Jan 20 14:28:05 EST 1999

I'm sorry if the mail below was sent twice. There has been a problem with 
our mailserver...
(BTW, I have changed the subject)
Original Text
From: WINKELMANS Gunther at TBR.SO_VAC@BELGACOM, on 19/01/99 10:53:
To: smtp[proxyper at lists.distributed.net]


What software can I use to get this "tcpdump" (see mail from Jeff below) on 
a win95 PC?

I'm currently using the win95-432 client to get my connection working over 
the office firewall: the manual of win95 proxy 303 says to copy the 
encrypted user & password values from the clients ini-file.
But I can't even get my client to connect with the internet! This comes 
from the log window:
Fetch:: Bad data in connect handshake.
What am I doing wrong? What does this message means?
I would like to send Jeff this tcpdump only I don't know how to get it.


Original Text
From: Jeff Lawson <jlawson at bovine.net>, on 15/01/99 14:27:
To: SMTP at MASTER.PER@BELGACOM[<proxyper at lists.distributed.net>]

I have been unable to replicate or identify any solid problems in the
firewall support in the proxy.  If you can reliably replicate any
problems, please capture a console log and perform a tcpdump (or
equivalent) of the network activity (include packet data payload) and
include your ini file in an email to my address personally.  I will look
at it when I get back next week.

Jeff Lawson   http://www.cs.hmc.edu/~jlawson/   http://www.bovine.net/
Jeffrey_Lawson at hmc.edu   jlawson at bovine.net    bovine at distributed.net
Programmer, Developer, Mascot, Founder of the largest computer on earth!
Don't waste those cycles!  Put them to use!  http://www.distributed.net/

On Fri, 15 Jan 1999, Frimmel, Ivan wrote:

> 	I just tried 303 and the proxy support still seems to be broken.
> 	Anybody have any idea when it is going to be fixed ?

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