BSD TCPDUMP (-TT)
Sawmill is a BSD tcpdump (-tt) log analyzer (it also supports the 997 other log formats listed to the left).
It can process log files
in BSD tcpdump (-tt) format, and generate dynamic statistics from them,
analyzing and reporting events.
Sawmill can parse BSD tcpdump (-tt) logs, import them into a MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, or Oracle database (or its own built-in database),
aggregate them, and generate dynamically filtered reports, all through a web interface.
Sawmill can perform BSD tcpdump (-tt) log analysis on any platform, including Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Mac OS, Solaris, other UNIX, and others.
Sawmill stores the following non-numerical fields in its database for BSD tcpdump (-tt), generates reports for each field, and allows dynamic filtering on any combination of these fields:
|Field|| ||Internal Name|
| ||date/time|| ||date_time|
| ||day of week|| ||day_of_week|
| ||hour of day|| ||hour_of_day|
| ||source IP|| ||source_ip|
| ||source port|| ||source_port|
| ||destination IP|| ||destination_ip|
| ||destination port|| ||destination_port|
| ||protocol|| ||protocol|
| ||operation|| ||operation|
Sawmill stores the following numerical fields in its database for BSD tcpdump (-tt), aggregating them and including them as columns in most reports:
|Numerical Field|| ||Internal Name|
| ||packets|| ||packets|
| ||size|| ||size|
See Sawmill Features to learn more about Sawmill's options for viewing, customizing, filtering, exporting and scheduling BSD tcpdump (-tt) reports.
Sawmill also supports 997 other log formats.