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How can I capture my Usb to lan and network card in the new version 2.0.3. In the past I could choose from above menu capture, chose my network card, used a filter like udp port 123 and that's it, but now I have USBcap1, 2 and 3 and can't see witch device it is. And if I run it, can't see my boardcomputer data, it's something else. Please help, because I still want to use this tool.

asked 06 Jun '16, 07:40

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Don't let the extended functionality confuse you. Since USBPcap has become part of Wireshark distribution, you can also capture USB communication, but you can still capture at the Ethernet interfaces, including the one of your USB-to-LAN card. So the USBpcap1, 2, 3 should be there in addition to, not instead of, the Ethernet interface(s), and they should definitely be listed below them.

If there are no other interfaces than USBpcap in your interface list, then there is something wrong with the WinPcap (or NPcap) installation or with the access privileges.

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answered 06 Jun '16, 08:41

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