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I was using wireshark 1.6.12 and decoding AIROPEEK package ok. After upgrading to 1.8.4, that option is gone from "Decode As..." option. Am I missing something here?

asked 05 Dec '12, 15:09

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I have the same question... Can anyone please answer? Thanks!

(04 Jan '13, 10:13) difan

I don't have an "airopeek" capture file at hand to test with. Could you post one on www.cloudshark.org and paste the link to the file here to analyse?

(04 Jan '13, 12:25) SYN-bit ♦♦

Airopeek was ambiguous. There's the capture file format and UDP transported traffic. Therefore this last one was renamed PEEKREMOTE. See this revision of the change.

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answered 04 Jan '13, 15:08

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And the capture file format isn't "AiroPeek" - WildPackets' own terms for their two capture file formats, both of which have been used by versions of EtherPeek, TokenPeek, and AiroPeek, are "Peek classic" and "Peek tagged". The UDP-transported traffic, as the revision notes, is not unique to AiroPeek, so the protocol was renamed.

(05 Jan '13, 14:28) Guy Harris ♦♦
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