If several computers with local addresses (192.168.0.#) are connected to a router and each computer opens a web browser and requests a page over HTTP, when these TCP:80 packets are sent out, the ...
This is a little theory question that has been confusing me for a pretty long time. Basically, if we are inside of a private LAN, and we want incoming packets to reach, for example, an HTTP server ...
I've got a non-PC wireless client, and I'm wondering about some of its connections. I want to see the actual packets being exchanged from the net to my device over a Wi-Fi connection. I have ...
When I run wireshark on a wired network it works fine and reports all of the packets. When I run it on a wireless network though I only see my own traffic. The wireless card I have is supposed to ...
We've been cleaning up database problems for the last four hours, thanks to a broken mysqldump that wasn't sufficiently erroring out. We were getting these errors: mysqldump: Error 2020: Got packet ...
What can I do in order to see packets that come from different sessions in a web page? For example when I open yahoo.com there are different sessions in yahoo; I dont know how to see which packet is ...
My question has two parts: I know that the "data" part of an Ethernet frame can be 46~1500 bytes. Considering the IP header of 20 bytes + TCP header of 20 bytes, the minimum "data" size of a TCP ...
Anyone know network packet editor for Linux, or a way to modify network packets in wireshark?
I have an error while just copying a video with ffmpeg. I use the command: ffmpeg -i leon.mpg -vcodec copy -acodec copy leon2.mpg The errors: [mpeg @ 00000000020ebd20] max_analyze_duration 5000000 ...
Well The scenario is that I have a Windows machine(at home) and a Linux box running headless Ubuntu server(without GUI) on a remote location. I got Wireshark installed on my windows machine, and ...