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Old 09-21-2004, 12:56 AM   #1
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Test the performance and functionality of packets on ethereal

Hi all

I'm back again with my router problem. I've configured router (linux box), built a network and i'm in the process of testing my network packets sent via linux box.

My network details are :

I have 2 linux boxes, and 2 different networks. One n/w with address 192.168.0.x and another with address 192.168.2.x.
My router1 have eth0 -> and eth1->
2nd router has eth0->, eth1->

My n/w is pinging from 1 n/w to another. To analyse the packets via n/w i'm using Ethereal package.

I wanted help from you to know how to test the performance and functionality of the packets on ethereal.

Help me to interpret the packet details on the ethereal display. The complete test method on etherel is my problem.

Thanx in advance for your help.



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