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Old 01-27-2011, 05:15 AM   #1
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Help regarding libpcap version 1.1.x enhancement


Hello all,
we want to enhance the current libpcap version 1.1.x to provide timestamp in nanosecond resolution.

While searching related to same, we found that enhanced libpcap requires x64 architecture.

Is that so?

Do we need 64-bit architecture for using enhanced libpcap for nanosecond timestamping ?

Any help related to this would be very beneficial.

Eagerly waititng for the help !

Thank you
 
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