ax25spy (someday it will be written) ...
- black and white (non-colour-mode) (-d -M and -m are always b/w)
- shows all call-sepcific mheard-data. You can use -v and -F here
- starts dx-cluster-spy-mode
- writes all received ax.25 data to the file /var/lib/ax25/ax25spy. The file contains the raw ax.25 data, as received from the kernel. Each packet is preceeded with an (int size). If the file could not be opend/created ax25spy will be aborted.
- -F filterexpression
- shows only those ax.25 packets, which header contain filterexpression as substring (doesn't work yet). In connection with -m or -q it shows only the data of calls, which contain filterexpression (The Filterexpression is casesensitive!)
- shows only ax.25 packets with infofield (I and UI)
- shows the global mheard-data
- shows all new QSO detected
- shows only frames, which contain IP
- shows all qso-sepcific mheard-data. You can use -v and -F here.
- be quiet
starts spy, requires -F for selection.
You can give a call, part of a call (in uppercase) or a qsoid with -F.
you can see all QSOid using -qv
Example: ax25spy -s -F DG9EP
or ax25spy -s -F 23
- -S <qsoid>
- starts spy on qso with id <qsoid>
- shows the timestamp of the packet
- shows only the header of ax.25 packets and the header of embedded protocols but without any data
- be more verbose
shows the version of the program
ax25spy -q -v -F DB0IZ
ax25spy -s -F DG9EP
NOTESYou may want to use the watch command with ax25spy -m or ax25spy -q