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Hi All, I have a python script which I successfully used to encapsulate a tcp session for the last number of years in the linux environment, it's encapsulating by adding the hex equivalent (in linux). When I try to run the same script in windows it fails and appears to be adding the additional encapsulation by means of an ascii interpretation of the hex , any suggestions

kind regards

Seamus

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Sorry, this isn't a topic for this Q&A site.

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by grahamb 18 Mar '16, 09:09

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