I would like to set up some small, low-end hardware wireshark capture points on my network. I am hoping I can use something like command-line linux (ubuntu mini for example) to keep it light-weight.
I see that there is "tshark" which is a command line version of wireshark.
I have also found articles on using wireshark on a remote linux machine and creating an ssh connection in to the tshark machine and analyzing the capture data.
However, I would like to do the same, but I want to use the Windows version of wireshark to do the analysis.
Is this possible and what do I need to do (I am open to using something other than tshark if that helps)?