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Remote Capture on Mac

I am trying to do a remote packet capture from a remote host - my computer ( Mac)- with a Raspberrypi4. I have installed Wireshark on my pi, and i know i have to install WinPcap on my Mac...

I am aware remote capture normally only works on Windows, but I am wondering if there is any ways i could use it with my Mac!

Any help would be amazing.

Thanks.

Remote Capture on Mac

I am trying to do a remote packet capture using Pyshark- pyshark.RemoteCapture('192.168.1.101', 'eth0') - from a remote host - my computer ( Mac)- with a Raspberrypi4. I have installed Wireshark and I am running a python script with the remotecapture command on my pi, and i know i " The remote machine (which is my computer) should have to install WinPcap on my Mac... rpcapd running in null authentication mode (-n)" as stated here: https://github.com/KimiNewt/pyshark/blob/master/src/pyshark/capture/remote_capture.py ".

I am aware remote capture normally only works on Windows, but I am wondering if there is any ways way i could can make rpcapd run null authentification mode to use it with my Mac... or any other ways to use remotecapture pyshark command with my Mac!

Any help would be amazing.

Thanks. Thanks.

Remote Capture on Mac

I am trying to do a remote packet capture using Pyshark- pyshark.RemoteCapture('192.168.1.101', 'eth0') - from a remote host - my computer ( Mac)- with a Raspberrypi4. I have installed Wireshark and I am running a python script with the remotecapture command on my pi, and i know " The remote machine (which is my computer) should have rpcapd running in null authentication mode (-n)" as stated here: https://github.com/KimiNewt/pyshark/blob/master/src/pyshark/capture/remote_capture.py ".

I am aware remote capture normally only works on Windows, but I am wondering if there is any way i can make rpcapd run null authentification mode to use it with my Mac... or any other ways to use remotecapture pyshark command with my Mac!

Any help would be amazing.

Thanks.