Task 3 Using tcpdump, display any packets that originate from the router In this example we use tcpdump to select only the first ten packets with -c, typically we need to select a source IP address. Here we also do not use the extra verbose flags as we want easier access to the port numbers. When using the flag -n we do not look up the port numbers or the IP address to convert to names. Check these flags in the man page tcpdump n -c 10 -i eth0 … Q) Can you display the first 100 packets originating from the router or default gateway, showing the numeric values for the IP and port numbers?
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