Release Notes: This release represents major enhancements and bug fixes, including expanded capabilities and increased performance. This is the first version that directly supports IP Flow/Netflow performance testing. It added 10GigE wire-speed replay rates when using netmap network drivers, Netflow, unique flows per iteration, timestamp overhaul, new API, ARM support, and new DLT support.
Release Notes: This release dramatically improves packet timing, introduces full fragroute support in tcprewrite, and improves Windows/Cygwin and FreeBSD support. Additionally, a number of smaller enhancements have been made and user discovered bugs have been resolved. All users are strongly encouraged to update.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash in tcpreplay and dramatically improves Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) support.
Release Notes: This release contains a number of major enhancements as the code continues to stabilize. The big changes include the removal of Libnet as a requirement. tcpprep and tcprewrite no longer require root access. Packet timings for tcpreplay were improved. There were also a number of smaller enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of important bugs in the Beta1 release, adds a number of new features, and imports features from 2.x which were not in the Beta1 release. Flowreplay, and tcpbridge are still considered "alpha" quality, but both should see improvements in Beta3.
Release Notes: This is the first beta release of tcpreplay 3.0, which is a major rewrite of tcpreplay. Most significant is the moving of all packet editing features to a new utility called tcprewrite, which allows greater flexibility and better performance. Tcpreplay now makes better use of autoconf and automake, and now uses autogen to process arguments and config files and to generate man pages. The beginnings of a manual has been started, which should be ready for the offical 3.0 release.
Release Notes: This release included a number of bugfixes and enhancements in both tcpreplay and tcpprep. Key enhancements allow more complete pcap rewriting, better support for pcap files larger than 2GB, and the ability to track how cache files are created and embed user comments. Note that the tcpprep file format has changed and due to a bug in earlier versions of tcpprep that may cause the tcpprep cache file to be broken, backwards compatibility is not provided.
Release Notes: This release adds support for many new features, such as decoding packets as they are sent, Layer 2 rewriting, and sending live traffic both uni-and bi-directionally.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to listen to live traffic on the network and replay it either uni- or bi-directionally. It also adds the ability to specify a BPF filter to limit which packets are processed (both in live mode and pcap files). This allows tcpreplay to act as a layer two bridge, firewall, and other interesting possibilities.
Release Notes: This release adds several new features and merges improvements from the 1.4.5 branch. Also fixed is a compile bug under libnet 1.1.1-almostgold and various Solaris compile issues. Also added is a new requirement for libpcapnav.