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Do you know any good alternatives for wireshark (network analyzer) running on a Mac OS X 10.5+?

Wireshark is not that handy like on an Windows OS (user interface with X11, ...).

Any kind of help is appreciated.

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up vote 23 down vote accepted

A few options:

See also this search on macupdate.

Answer shamelessly cribbed from these other SU questions:

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I've not used it for some time, but I found Cocoa Packet Analyzer not a good replacement. For example: I never managed to filter outgoing SMTP traffic including its responses -- but maybe things have changed. – Arjan Jan 24 '10 at 11:13

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