Archive for the ‘Packet Capture’ category

  1. Learning something new every day…

    Today, a question was posted on ask.wireshark.org, about Wireshark becoming more than just a packet analyzer since it could already read MP3, JPG and other file formats.

  2. Capturing packets of VMware machines, part 2

    In the first post I described how to capture packets in VMware vSphere environments when dealing with standard vSwitches. While that works fine, some larger installations have an even better way of doing network captures of virtual machine traffic, provided by the so-called Distributed vSwitches. Unfortunately, those special vSwitches require a Enterprise Plus license, so […]

  3. Capturing packets of VMware machines, part 1

    I have always been the guy in our network analysis team responsible for the actual capture of network packets. I bought all the recording hardware we used, acquired network TAPs of all sorts and speeds, and did most of the planning of where to put which engine.