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hello I am a starter for wireshark.I am trying to capture packets using a reliance data card and my os is windows 7.In the interfaces list the ip of this datacard is not being shown .Can u help me Yamini

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Wireshark uses WinPcap to list interfaces and to capture from the interfaces. If WinPcap is not able to list the reliance data card interface, you can contact the WinPcap team at http://www.winpcap.org/contact.htm

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Now I got the interface detected after i have used windowsXP. http://wiki.wireshark.org/SampleCaptures#head-5d1cb7d95d26641c61a5ba82ab7c0c76c08133e7 Exactly what I need is how to get this results which is the sample result given under PPP ... Can you provide any help Thanku in advance

(06 Apr '13, 07:31) yamini

PPP protocol samples which are given under PPP in sample captures

(06 Apr '13, 07:33) yamini

A "data card" (i.e., an add-on network interface for mobile phone data) is a PPP interface on Windows. WinPcap is what Wireshark uses to capture traffic on Windows; as this item in the WinPcap FAQ notes, WinPcap supports PPP interfaces on 32-bit Windows XP, but does not support it on Windows Vista or later (or on 64-bit Windows XP).

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