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I've not used Wireshark on my system in a couple months, but I don't recall having this problem before. While troubleshooting a VPN connection for which all clients are suddenly disconnected after 1 minute, I cranked up Wireshark to see if I could find any interesting. Unfortunately, Wireshark isn't capturing any outbound packets - I see a FIN/ACK from the server, but I can't see the FIN that's supposedly is sourced from my machine. Is there a setting I"m missing? Thanks

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Duplicate Question" by grahamb 25 Feb '16, 23:48


Another duplication of this very frequent question, doesn't anyone search first?. Search for questions with the tag outgoing.

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