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I have recently upgraded to Wireshark from 1.8.11 to the 1.10.3, and Winpcap from 4.1.2 to 4.1.3, on Windows 7, 64 bit. I used to be able to see interface-local multicast packets that my applications use to transmit data to each other i.e. addresses ff01:... I no longer can. Can anyone suggest why not or what is needed to do so? (Or is it a figment of my imagination that it used to work!) Many thanks.

asked 06 Dec '13, 09:27

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