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Old 12-19-2011, 12:33 PM   #1
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wireshark traffic

Hi I have capture some packets on wireshark and I need to use these packets on my 3-g phone My question is how do I send the captured packets to my phone via wireshark. My phone is an android 3-g motorola. how do I use the tcpdump, tcpreplay. and apply this to my phone.


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What's your phone??
On Android:
I have wireshark under wine on my main box, mounted it as a usb disk, and handled it that way.


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