$ nncp-pkt [options] < pkt $ nncp-pkt [options] [-decompress] -dump < pkt > payload $ nncp-pkt -overheads
Packet type: encrypted Niceness: B (224) Sender: 2WHBV3TPZHDOZGUJEH563ZEK7M33J4UESRFO4PDKWD5KZNPROABQ (self)
-dump option outputs plain packet’s payload (if it is file
transmission, then it will be the file itself as an example). If it is
an encrypted packet, then it will be decrypted first, outputing the
included plain packet, that can be fed to
Packet type: plain Payload type: transitional Niceness: B (224) Path: VHMTRWDOXPLK7BR55ICZ5N32ZJUMRKZEMFNGGCEAXV66GG43PEBQ (name-of-node) Packet type: plain Payload type: exec compressed Niceness: P (96) Path: email@example.com
-decompress option tries to zstd-decompress data from plain packet (useful with exec compressed types of packets).
-overheads options print encrypted, plain and size header overheads.
This command automatically determines if an encrypted packet belongs to multicast area and will try to decrypt it with its corresponding key.