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Hey, do you have a "How to" to code an interface for a network card.

Qualcomm Killer Wireless N 1103 isn't supported and i want to get it work.

Thx Mojita

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If you're using Windows, see the Network Devices page on MSDN, and the pages below it. Note that this could be a problem with the driver for the adapter, but it's probably a problem with WinPcap, and to fix that you'd have to modify WinPcap to support NDIS 6 and the "native Wi-Fi" mechanism.

If you're using Linux, see the Linux Wireless Web site.

For various flavors of BSD, check out the documentation for it.

I.e., the software in question is at least two layers below any of the Wireshark code, so there's no Wireshark how-to guide for developing it, and, if it's an issue with the driver, will involve writing kernel-mode code for whatever operating system you're using, which is not going to be easy if you're not already familiar with writing kernel-mode code for the operating system in question.

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edited 27 Oct '12, 13:40

Thank you! I will check your links. No, I've never done this before but maybe i can learn it. Of course I will try Linux then. Have a nice day!

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