DDO Interface Pack 1 Without Human Verification [BEST]
In normal operation, each line must begin with an offset describing theposition in the packet, followed a colon, space, or tab separating it fromthe bytes. There is no limit on the width or number of bytes per line, butlines with only hex bytes without a leading offset are ignored (i.e.,line breaks should not be inserted in long lines that wrap.) Offsets are morethan two digits; they are in hex by default, but can also be in octal ordecimal. Each packet must begin with offset zero, and an offsetzero indicates the beginning of a new packet. Offset values must be correct;an unexpected value causes the current packet to be aborted and the nextpacket start awaited. There is also a single packet mode with no offsets.
DDO Interface Pack 1 without human verification
Bluetooth ATT Server Attributes window displays a list of captured Attribute Protocol (ATT) packets. The user can filter the list by the interfaces or devices, and also exclude repetitions by checking the Remove duplicates check box.
The Bluetooth HCI Summary window displays the summary for the captured Host Controller Interface (HCI) layer packets. This window allows users to apply filters and choose to display information about specific interfaces or devices.
capinfos can print information about capture files including the filetype, number of packets, date and time information, and file hashes.Information can be printed in human and machine readable formats. Formore information on capinfos consult your local manual page (mancapinfos) or the onlineversion.