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We have an iSeries server receiving an RST and we want to trace the client side to verify it is sending the RST, but it's only capturing what the iSeries sent to the PC. How can I capture both send and received packets?

asked 27 Feb '15, 07:40

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how do you capture on the client? How does the client connect to the network? If it's WiFi, you cannot capture what the card is sending in most cases because wireless is half duplex.

(27 Feb '15, 09:41) Jasper ♦♦

the client is the pc with an Intel(R) 82579LM Gigabit network connection, I've been doing more research and several people mention VPN, Firewall or Security software on their PC's that are blocking outgoing traffic. We have not found the right combination of services to stop to get this to work.

(27 Feb '15, 09:55) radclan

Stopping the services may not be enough, they might have to be removed all together (it isn't pretty, but true).

(27 Feb '15, 14:40) Jaap ♦
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