This is the Windows app named bandwhich whose latest release can be downloaded as 0.20.0.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Wine is a way to run Windows software on Linux, but with no Windows required. Wine is an open-source Windows compatibility layer that can run Windows programs directly on any Linux desktop. Essentially, Wine is trying to re-implement enough of Windows from scratch so that it can run all those Windows applications without actually needing Windows.
bandwhich sniffs a given network interface and records IP packet size, cross referencing it with the /proc filesystem on linux, lsof on macOS, or using WinApi on windows. It is responsive to the terminal window size, displaying less info if there is no room for it. It will also attempt to resolve ips to their host name in the background using reverse DNS on a best effort basis. bandwhich can be installed using the Rust package manager, cargo. It might be in your distro repositories if you're on linux, or you can install it via rustup. Cargo installs bandwhich to ~/.cargo/bin/bandwhich but you need root priviliges to run bandwhich. To install bandwhich on OpenWRT, you'll need to compile a binary that would fit its processor architecture. This might mean you would have to cross compile if, for example, you're working on an x86_64 and the OpenWRT is installed on an arm7.
- If you're on linux, you can download the generic binary from the releases
- bandwhich is available in nixpkgs, and can be installed, for example, with nix-env
- bandwhich is available in COPR, and can be installed via DNF
- bandwhich can be installed using the Rust package manager, cargo
- You might need to first install npcap for capturing packets on windows
- bandwhich also supports an easier-to-parse mode that can be piped or redirected to a file
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