Recent Posts: CRnetPACKETS
As promised in my first article about the profishark 1G+.
I am now presenting some test results about the capture performance of the Profishark 1G+.
Overview There are quite lot of Gigabit Taps on the market right now and they all work more or less the same way (see Why I like using a tap even behind a mirror port). But there is one different model series available (at least as far as I know) the ProfiShark Taps from Profitap. […]
IPv4 – Basics – Part 1: DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) Today I will start a small series, which will cover some basic behaviour of the IPv4 protocol suite and is meant for reimagine and a little bit baselining. I will start the series with the Dynamic Host Confirguration Protocol (DHCP). History: In the Classless […]
In some cases it could be interesting, that I am able to limit my port speed. For example if I want to summarize my traffic on an uplink. It could be better to have the end devices configured with 100 MBit/s so that 10 end device can use a 1 GBit/s uplink without any problems. […]
A few days ago I have read an answer about the Maximum Segment Size (MSS) at the Wireshark Q&A site.
The answer had shacked me up a little bit, because the author wrote that the MSS is not negotiated. First I had thought that I missed something big in my understanding of the Maximum Segment Size (MSS). But after a dive into the world of the RFCs I realized that I have just misinterpreted /mistranslated the authors statement.