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By reading this book, you will learn how to install Wireshark, how to use the basic elements of the graphical user interface (such as the menu) and what’s behind some of the advanced features that are not always obvious at first sight.

It will hopefully guide you around some common problems that frequently appear for new (and sometimes even advanced) users of Wireshark.

Wireshark 1.10 was the last branch to officially support Windows XP.

See the Wireshark release lifecycle page for more details.

Wireshark is one of those programs that many network managers would love to be able to use, but they are often prevented from getting what they would like from Wireshark because of the lack of documentation.

This document is part of an effort by the Wireshark team to improve the usability of Wireshark.

Although Wireshark captures packets using a separate process the main interface is single-threaded and won’t benefit much from multi-core systems.

Older versions of Windows which are outside Microsoft’s extended lifecycle support window are no longer supported.

Wireshark 1.12 was the last release branch to support Windows Server 2003.This book was originally developed by Richard Sharpe with funds provided from the Wireshark Fund.It was updated by Ed Warnicke and more recently redesigned and updated by Ulf Lamping.Wireshark is perhaps one of the best open source packet analyzers available today.However, to really appreciate its power you have to start using it.

Wireshark 1.12 was the last release branch to support Windows Server 2003.

This book was originally developed by Richard Sharpe with funds provided from the Wireshark Fund.

It was updated by Ed Warnicke and more recently redesigned and updated by Ulf Lamping.

Wireshark is perhaps one of the best open source packet analyzers available today.

However, to really appreciate its power you have to start using it.

Which media types are supported, depends on many things like the operating system you are using.