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I am making a program that takes packets from one network source and sending it to receivers, also with other protocols.

It would in particular allow to see packets in wireshark on windows if you can capture it e.g. with Commview WiFi drivers (they support many cards with atheros chipset). Or capture packets in backtrack on VM with Windows as host OS (you can forward your network cart to the VM, but only if it's a USB device and you are using VMWare VM). Or using aircrack on windows. The main thing is that you have any program that can capture packets and send them over network.

Is someone interested?

The only way i found out how wireshark can get packets not from WinPCAP is emulating RPCAP server - which loses many data about the packets (speed/signal strength) and is not documented at all.

asked 15 Nov '12, 17:02

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