DaemonLogger is a fast packet logger designed specifically for use in NSM environments.
The libpcap-based program has two runtime modes:
It sniffs packets and spools them straight to the disk and can daemonize itself for background packet
logging. By default the file rolls over when 2 GB of data is logged.
It sniffs packets and rewrites them to a second interface, essentially acting as a soft tap. It can also do
this in daemon mode.
These two runtime modes are mutually exclusive, if the program is placed in tap mode (using the -I switch)
then logging to disk is disabled.