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accepted How does network sniffing software work over a switch?
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comment How does network sniffing software work over a switch?
I will try to learn models of switches and report back. Could the culprit be a cheap switch located at the top of the network topology? I guess it becomes even more complicated in that case. What would the policy of a switch be if a packet which does not belong to any of its ports arrives from the cheap switch located above itself on the topology?
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comment How does network sniffing software work over a switch?
My experience suggests a situation more like the case in David's answer. Sniffing computer appears to be receiving not some but all packets but all other computers are transmitting.
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answered How to fetch lines between two strings using shell script?
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are ; characters followed by new line? do you want whole lines or just the part with CREATE..; ?
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comment TCP Connection Keep-Alive direction
What kind of server/client are you using?
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comment Upgrading linux-headers-server and linux-image-server fails
See your kernel version with uname -r. Files with a different number could be deleted if you will not use those kernels ever again. You can consider taking a backup before you delete of course.