btmon - Bluetooth monitor

NAME  SYNOPSYS  DESCRIPTION  OPTIONS  EXAMPLES  RESOURCES  REPORTING BUGS  AUTHOR  COPYRIGHT 

NAME

btmon − Bluetooth monitor

SYNOPSYS

btmon [OPTIONS ...]

DESCRIPTION

The btmon(1) command provides access to the Bluetooth subsystem monitor infrastructure for reading HCI traces.

OPTIONS

−r FILE−−read FILE

Read traces in btsnoop format from FILE.

−w FILE−−write FILE

Save traces in btsnoop format to FILE.

−a FILE−−analyze FILE

Analyze traces in btsnoop format from FILE. It displays the devices found in the FILE with its packets by type.

−s SOCKET−−server SOCKET

Start monitor server socket.

−p PRIORITY−−priority PRIORITY

Show only priority or lower for user log.

−i NUM−−index NUM

Show only specified controller. hciNUM is also acceptable. This is useful to capture the traces from the specific controller when the multiple controllers are presented.

−d TTY−−tty TTY

Read data from TTY.

−B SPEED−−rate SPEED

Set TTY speed. The default SPEED is 115300

−V COMPID−−vendor COMPID

Set the default company identifier. The COMPID is a unique number assigned by the Bluetooth SIG to a member company and can be found/searched from the Bluetooth SIG webpage.

For example, Intel is 2 and Realtek is 93.

−M, −−mgmt

Open channel for mgmt events.

−t, −−time

Show a time instead of time offset.

−T, −−date

Show a time and date information instead of time offset.

−S, −−sco

Dump SCO traffic in raw hex format.

−A, −−a2dp

Dump A2DP stream traffic in a raw hex format.

−E IP−−ellisys IP

Send Ellisys HCI Injection.

−P, −−no−pager

Disable pager usage while reading the log file.

−J OPTIONS−−jlink OPTIONS

Read data from RTT. Each options are comma(,) seprated without spaces.

−R OPTIONS−−rtt OPTIONS

RTT control block parameters. Each options are comma(,) seprated without spaces.

−C WIDTH−−columns WIDTH

Output width if not a terminal

−c MODE−−color MODE

Set output color. The possible MODE values are: auto|always|never.

Default value is auto

−v, −−version

Show version

−h, −−help

Show help options

EXAMPLES

Capture the traces from hci0 to hcidump.log file

$ btmon −i hci0 −w hcidump.log

Open the trace file

$ btmon −r hcidump.log

RESOURCES

http://www.bluez.org

REPORTING BUGS

linux−[email protected]

AUTHOR

Marcel Holtmann <[email protected]>, Tedd Ho-Jeong An <[email protected]>

COPYRIGHT

Free use of this software is granted under ther terms of the GNU Lesser General Public Licenses (LGPL).


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