I can get no http.request.method == GET packets at all~ I can't see my sent packets
14 Sep '12, 00:44
21 Sep '12, 08:36
Interesting enough, or not, I am experiencing the same issue as you. I am running an IDS via a tap between two routers and I only see outbound traffic, nothing inbound even though the host is able to connect with no issues. The packets are going through but I am not able to see them. I've tried multiple hosts as an IDS and they all are Win 7 x64.
Out of curiosity - do you only see echo requests and no replies when you ping something?
What happens when you use Microsoft Network Monitor?
I can see the echo replies but no requests~
By the way, I don't know how to use Microsoft Network Monitor
Interesting again, I am experiencing the same issue.
MS NETMON, took me a little bit to figure it out. Can't tell you what to do of course but I would download, install it and fire it up. I don't have it loaded on the host I am at (can't install - no amdin) but there is an option to start capture, and then another to begin. When I head home tonight I will do a quick tut.
Sorry partner for the late response. Actually I was rebuilding my IDS from the ground up for the past 4 days and I may have have a possible solution for you. Drop Win 7 x64; it is most likely how Microsoft handles the driver for the NIC cards and that is affecting how we see, or not see, full PCAP sessions. I didn't try a 32-bit version of Win 7; I went ahead and loaded Ubuntu 12.04 and I have been sipping on wine and eating cheese watching all of my PCAP on the screen.
Good luck ~
actually, i have tried 32-bit version of Win 7, and it worked~~
Were you using the x64 version of Wireshark on Win7 x64? I and many colleagues capture all the time on Win7 x64 using the 32 bit version of Wireshark without any issues at all.
From a previous post - it looks like Wireshark 32-bit should work as well. Give that a go, as well qsLampard, on your Win7 x64 rig.
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