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I just installed version 1.8.0 and set the preconfigured key for the Zigbee Protocol to (39:30:65:63:6E:61:69:6C:6C:41:65:65:42:67:69:5A) and Byte order (normal). It is not decrypting my Zigbee packet properly. Can anyone help me?

asked 18 Jul '12, 07:25

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edited 18 Jul '12, 12:05

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I just tried it with Win 7 and Win XP (Wireshark 1.8.0). It seems to work as expected. Can you please post a sample capture on cloudshark.org for the mentioned key?

HINT: As you cannot delete an anonymously uploaded file on cloudshark.org, you better don't post any private data. Post just those packets in a capture file, that are required to analyze the problem.

Some questions:

  1. Does it work with an older version of Wireshark. If yes, which one?
  2. Did you choose the correct Encryption method (AES128, 32/64/128 Bit Integrity Protection)?

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Kurt

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answered 25 Jul '12, 12:56

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