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I am having problems when using Wireshark with Windows 7. Whenever I sniff a VOIP G.711A call with Wireshark, the packets are not seen by Wireshark as G.711A but as UDP. Even if I decode the UDP to RTP things are not working properly.
The data side of things ( I can see the packet loss /Jitter etc.) are working as expected I can however not listen to the call.
I have tried several releases of Wireshark ( last one I used was 1.40 on Windows 7)
When I do the exact same sniff with XP and Wireshark 1.40 - no problem.
Something in Windows 7 is treating the sniffed packets differently. Can you help?
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