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How to capture network traffic during computer bootup

Postby guest » Fri Apr 25, 2008 5:06 pm

Me, I would connect my problem PC to a HUB which in turn was connected to my
network and run ethereal (Or whatever it's called now) on a notebook also
connected to the hub to see what traffic is going on.

Slow Log in is normally caused by DNS problems.


> Hi,
> I would like to perform netcap to capture traffic during my computer
> bootup.
> I tried to do it via Group Policy but does not seems to be working. The
> reason i want to do this is because i can see from userenv log, GPO is
> taking
> more than 5 minutes to complete but not sure what kind of traffic is
> running.
>
> Any idea how to do this?
>
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Postby guest » Fri Apr 25, 2008 5:10 pm

We have Fluke OptiView. When we monitor all computers' traffics, we add one hub to the network and connect it to one Cisco switch. Then setup span tree. The hub will collect all computers information.
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