As you mention PuTTY, I assume your PC runs MS Windows. MS Windows do not normally use a lo interface like nx operating systems do, but you can change that by installing npcap from the nmap project instead of WinPcap and checking the option to install a loopback interface while installing it. After that, the loopback interface appears in the interface list of Wireshark and the traffic on 127.0.0.0/8 goes through it.
As you mention PuTTY, I assume your PC runs MS Windows. MS Windows do not normally use a lo interface like nx *n*x operating systems do, but you can change that by installing npcap from the nmap project instead of WinPcap and checking the option to install a loopback interface while installing it. After that, the loopback interface appears in the interface list of Wireshark and the traffic on 127.0.0.0/8 goes through it.
As you mention PuTTY, I assume your PC runs MS Windows. MS Windows do not normally use a lo interface like *n*x operating systems do, but you can change that by installing npcap from the nmap project instead of WinPcap and checking the option to install a loopback interface while installing it. when configuring the installation. After that, the loopback interface appears in the interface list of Wireshark and the traffic on 127.0.0.0/8 goes through it.