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    Default Wireshark : Capturing SMB traffic

    Hi All

    I'm trying to capture SMB traffic with wireshark. (running on Linux Mint).

    When I use the IPv4 filer "ip only" I get packets, so nothing is blocked at firewall level.

    However, when trying to implement a Samba filter, I get nothing. The filters which I've tried is :

    • port 445
    • tcp port 445
    • tcp port 137 or tcp port 138 or udp port 139 or udp port 445

    Am I missing something somewhere?
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    Old post but SAMBA is TCP 139

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