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Windows: Capture a network trace with builtin tools (netsh)

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Windows Event tracing also supports the capturing of network traffic which can be reed by Wireshark, Microsoft Network Monitor or the Microsoft Message Analyzer.

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Linux: Send Networkpackets from a shell

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the linux kernel has the ability to send simple network packets from a shell.
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Linux: Disable assignment of new styled names for network interfaces

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newer Linux distribution do assign network names like enp0s13 or eno1 instead of the old style ethx names.
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Windows: Change a LAN Interface Networkprofile to private

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when the network profile of a Windows PC is set to public, there are firewall restrictions enabled which could prevent accessing the Computer from network. For example Windows Remoting.

Unfortunately in some cases the profile cannot be switch by the Network Gui(s) of windows.
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ESXi: Capture Network packets on a vSwitch port

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ESXi offers some extented methods to capture network packets. Here are some examples.

First of all logon to your ESXi host by ssh.

To capture all traffic on a vmkernel interface use tcpdump-uw.
List all vmkernel interfaces


~ # esxcfg-vmknic -l
Interface  
vmk0    .....   
vmk1    .....   

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