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    Default passively and quickly capturing request/response

    I am in a situation where we are trying to capture request/result pairs of data being sent to our live servers. They are taking an incredible amount of data so I need to do this in the least intrusive manner possible. I can see ways to implement this in Java, but what I would prefer is a pre-existing commandline tool to do the trick.

    Does anyone have any suggestions?

    Christian

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    See if you can find packet sniffer api for your operating system.
    dont worry newbie, we got you covered.

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