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INTRODUCTION When you are testing your device with ByteBlower, you sometimes like to have a pcap-capture of the data for debugging purpose. With the ByteBlower API we can easly capture that network traffic and present it to you as a pcap-file. This featu...
INTRODUCTION FrameTags are ADDED TO A BYTEBLOWER FRAME object and can be used to AUTOMATICALLY INSERT DYNAMIC INFORMATION into the different frames of a ByteBlower traffic stream. Consider a ByteBlower Port on which a Tx.Stream is created. A Frame is a...
INTRODUCTION TCL TRICKS TCLSH VS WISH TCLSH is a shell-like application that reads Tcl commands from its standard input or from a file and evaluates them. If invoked with no arguments then it runs interactively, reading Tcl commands from standard input...
INTRODUCTION When learning a new progamming language, you always start with a Hello-world project. Mostly it is a simple exercise to learn the basics of a language. Let's do the same to start knowing the basic of the ByteBlower API in TCL. Lets make a He...
INTRODUCTION By default, the ByteBlower Tcl/Python API is installed interactively. When starting the installer, an installation wizard is presented to the user. By going through this wizard, settings such as the installation directory can be configured. ...
INTRODUCTION ByteBlower allows the user to configure different parameters of the DHCP and DHCPv6 protocol. This guide explains what parameters exist and how they can be configured through the ByteBlower API. DIFFERENT PARAMETER TYPES RETRANSMISSION ...
INTRODUCTION ByteBlower allows performing both latency measurements and out-of-sequence detection on a stream of traffic. This guide will show you how to set up such a scenario using the ByteBlower API and how to retrieve and interpret the results. U...
INTRODUCTION FrameTags are used to overwrite parts of a frame with _dynamically generated data, _such as a timestamp. This data is calculated for each individual frame in a frame blasting stream, just before it leaves the ByteBlower server. Consider a ...

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