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Can jnetpcap be installed on a router? Someone said that it could. Their web page lists several OSes that it can be installed on, but I don't see anything about routers.

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What kind of router do you have? All routers have OS's. Some are just crappy basement made firmwares, some are full blown unix or other os variants. – Caleb Apr 15 '11 at 20:53
I have a linksys router with ddwrt installed. – tony_sid Apr 15 '11 at 21:19
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Check out your ddwrt package list or search around. It doesn't look like it to me but there might be other libpcap based things that would do what you want.

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