In this video, you will learn how to use packet capture to monitor traffic passing through your forte gate.
Intercepting and capturing packets could be useful troubleshooting tool, allowing you to analyze traffic in detail
in 40 US You can easily create customized packet filters and run them whenever you need in depth information about your traffic.
Open the fourth gate interface and go to system network packet capture to create a new filter.
The simplest filter that you can create captures a number of packets that passed through a selected interface. Select an interface,
and save your filter.
Create another filter
and select enable filters.
You can monitor an interface for all packets that have a source or destination within a certain i p range. By entering that I p range as the host,
save your filter and create another
Set the ports to port 80 and 4 43 To capture all http and https packets sent through the interface,
create one more filter
and enter 1 32 as the protocol to capture all S C. T P packets that passed through the selected interface
running multiple packet capture filters at once can affect your Forte Gate unit's performance.
Select the play icon on your filters to start them capturing packets.
Once the maximum number of packets has been reached, the filter will stop collecting them.
You can stop and restart them at any time,
and you can download the saved peek at files, which can be opened with a pea cap file viewer such as wire shark.
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