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Is there any forum where one can share his analysis and experiences with wireshark troubleshooting, I mean how problems were solved with wireshark?

asked 20 May '13, 08:44

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edited 24 Jun '13, 07:04

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why not post a question here and then answer it yourself to describe what you did and how?

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Kurt

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answered 20 May '13, 09:16

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Also, if you have the time to craft a more permanent record of your troubleshooting process, you could create a wiki page and link to it from here, http://wiki.wireshark.org/NetworkTroubleshooting, for example.

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answered 21 May '13, 21:13

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edited 24 Jun '13, 07:06

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...and if you really want to use a forum, check out http://forums.meulie.net/viewforum.php?f=70

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answered 24 Jun '13, 05:36

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Thanks Evert.

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