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5.3 Wireshark Lab
1. Open Wireshark and click Capture and Options.
2. Then select your NIC card in the dropdown.
3. Enter in “tcp port 80” in the box next to the filter.
4. Close all other programs and then let the window process.
5. Right click and look at the desktop.
6.Choose the shortcut.
7. Enter Google.com.
8. Click Next.
9. Enter in Google for the name.
10. Click Finish
11. Close all other browsers.
12. Click start to make sure that you are able to capture.
13. Click the Google shortcut on the desktop.
14. Wait for the page to load.
15. Close the browser.
16. Go to Wireshark and click stop.
17. Click on the line and Get the info.
18. In the Packet Details pane click on what is called Ethernet II.
19. Click on the line called Source.
20.Take a screenshot.
21. Open a Command prompt and start by clicking Start and Run.
22. Type CMD.
23. Type ipconfig/all
24. Take a screenshot.
25. In the Details Packet pane click on the Hypertext Transfer Protocol.
26. Click on the line labeled “Cookie”
27. Take a screenshot.
28. In the file menu look and follow the TCP Stream.
29. Take a screenshot.
30. Click packet details and take a screenshot.
31. Click file and view packet bytes.
32. Maximize the Wireshark and look at all the info.
33. Click on the row that has the occurrence in the column.
34. Take a screenshot.
35. Double click on the next row.
36. Expand the tree Transmission Control Protocol.
37. Expand the tree.
38. Highlight the row.
39. Take a screenshot.
40. Double click on the row and then look at the packets.
41. Expand the tree for the TCP.
42. Expand the tree.
43. Highlight the row.
44. Take a Screenshot.
45. Double click on the row.
46. Expand the tree....