Smit is an ARP-level transproxy/sniffer, capable of relaying local traffic even in switched environment. The source is based on the arprelay and arpmitm tools, but offers a nice command line interface and option of saving raw packets into a file. It includes some tricky techniques for ARP-cache consistence.
See System Management Interface Tool (page ***).
System Management Interface Tool. A set of menu-driven services that facilitates the performance of such system tasks as software installation and configuration, device configuration and management, problem determination, and storage management. SMIT is provided in both a character-based curses interface and an AIXwindows-based graphical user interface.
System Management Interface Tool. An interface tool of the AIX operating system for installing, maintaining, configuring, and diagnosing tasks.
The System Management Interface Toolkit is a set of menu driven utilities for AIX that provides functions such as transaction login, shell script creation, automatic updates of object database, and so forth.
Systems Management Interface Tool (Software Management Interface Tool)
System Management Interface Tool. A menu-driven, resident comment-building facility that presents complex system management tasks in an organized manner.
System Management Interface Tool. A menu-based tool used with IBM's AIX operating system to initiate selected commands.