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UPDATE: I'm getting my Q51 ZigBee sniffer to show up, but not getting any packets. Need to know what I need to do to get the packets....

I am in need of desperate help. Trying to sniff out zigbee signals on the WLAN and can't pull it up on the interface. Also, nothing is showing up in 802.11. Please help!

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asked 31 Jul '12, 13:11

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edited 31 Jul '12, 15:34

what is your

  • OS / OS version of the machine running Wireshark
  • Wireshark version (wireshark -v)
  • capture setup (who is sending, where is the WLAN AP, etc.)

Are there

  • any error messages
  • any packets at all (broadcast, etc.)

Regards
Kurt

(01 Aug '12, 08:14) Kurt Knochner ♦

I'm running vista 32bit Version 1.2.2-Exegin-1.2 on Wireshark Digi XBee Range Extender

No error messages and no packets at all. I have tried running different versions of wireshark (1.8.1 and 1.6.9), those I wasn't able to pull up sniffer on the Ethernet port.

Thanks for your continuous help, Jathan

(01 Aug '12, 11:49) J-Bird

Let me clarify this a bit:

You do have a Q51 Panalyzer (ZigBee sniffer) in place and you configured it to send data to a system where Wireshark is installed and started. Right?

Now, the problem is, that you don't see any ZigBee traffic in Wireshark.

If so, please

  • double check your configuration of the Q51 Panalyzer. Maybe it's not sending the data to the right box.
  • disable the windows firewall on your Wireshark system. Maybe the firewall blocks the traffic from the Q51 Panalyzer

those I wasn't able to pull up sniffer on the Ethernet port.

I'm not sure what that means.

(01 Aug '12, 16:45) Kurt Knochner ♦
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