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Dear friend, when I Open Interface select dialog I saw two interfaces 1)Marvell Yukon Ethernet controller fe80::8847.... 2)Microsoft 192.168.1.2 I want to capture local traffic 127.0.0.1:5000 to 127.0.0.1 simple terminal applications But I can't see any on above interfaces!!! I runned wireshark 1.6.4 on win7 64x professional I have same problem on many computers in my work. what should I do? Thanks Tarvirdi

asked 19 Jan '12, 22:17

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Dear Friends, I Installed Microsoft loopback adapter and assigned 10.0.0.10 255.255.255.0 10.0.0.1 settings. But installed adapter not shown in available interfaces! what can I do? Thanks Tarvirdi

(20 Jan '12, 00:08) Tarvirdi

Capturing loopback traffic on windows is awkward. Have you read and followed the various instructions on the Capture Loopback page on the Wiki?

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answered 20 Jan '12, 02:13

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Thanks, Yes I read, as I mentioned. I installed LoopBack driver and now after restart windows I saw it in drivers's List. I disabled my physical LAN card also. By selecting LoopBack driver, still I can't capture 127.0.0.1 traffic. I set IP 10.0.0.10 and mask 255.255.255.0. I done all in blue box said by mitra (note for XP, but mine is win7) Thanks for your help

(20 Jan '12, 03:05) Tarvirdi

I converted your "answer" to a comment as that is the way this site works, see the FAQ for details.

I can only suggest you try more of the options discussed on the page.

(20 Jan '12, 03:38) grahamb ♦
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