Wireshark-users: Re: [Wireshark-users] Mac OSX new MacBook Pro
: Eric Ridvan Üner <eric.uner@xxxxxxx
: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 20:36:56 -0600
I see the same behavior on my MacBook Pro.
I spoke with Apple a couple times, and they were able to reproduce
the problem with tcpdump on an Intel machine. They confirmed it's a
bug, but said they "don't support command-line utilities", and
finished off saying that they may or may not investigate it further.
So is there a solution for running wireshark without dropping the
connection? I realize this isn't a wireshark problem, pre se, but is
there a workaround anyone has had luck with?
On Oct 30, 2006, at 10:00 AM, Mike Savory wrote:
Thank you Guy
Yes you are correct, sudo tcpdump does also drop the connection on
en1 as it starts capturing on en0, weird
Tshark version is the current MacPorts - TShark 0.99.3a
Just rebuilding svn so I can grab a source... ;-)
(its a very new laptop)
On Oct 30, 2006, at 1:23 AM, Guy Harris wrote:
Mike Savory wrote:
Details below were just to show that the build on my Laptop is using
libpcap 0.9.4 my PPC laptop uses 0.8.3
I can capture packets and remain attached to my wireless running
sudo tcpdunp -i en1
When I run
sudo tshark -i en1
It immediately drops the wireless.