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  1. What do the different colors mean?
  2. Why does my computer get packets that are addressed to another machine?
  3. How many packets does your computer send/receive in a single mouse click when you visit a Web site?
  4. Could you organize or filter the traffic to make it easier to understand?
  5. Why does my computer send so many packets? Why not send just on BIG packet?
  6. What do SYN, ACK, FIND, GET mean?
  7. Why do some packets have sequence numbers?
  8. Why does my computer send packets to the Web server that I requested data from?
  9. Why wouldn’t email be encrypted by default?
  10. Can I look at Web content just as easily as Web traffic?
  11. Can I look at information being sent to/from my bank?
  12. Could I filter the traffic based on IP address and packet type for a given person in our company?
  13. Why are there so many different filed types to filter?
  14. What protocols, other than TCP/IP, are used to mange traffic across networks?
  15. What statistics are available about the data I picked up?

asked 09 Dec '11, 10:14

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Sounds like a final exam.... :)

(09 Dec '11, 12:32) Bill Meier ♦♦

You need to get Laura Chappell's book "Wireshark Netwok Analysis" ..... now!

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answered 09 Dec '11, 23:12

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