Query about colasoft packet builder 1.0

Discussion in 'Colasoft Free Network Tools' started by mohan, Apr 26, 2008.

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  1. mohan

    mohan Registered Member

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    I have a .cap file which I imported to colasoft packet builder.
    I want to change the source/destination ip in the imported .cap file.
    I can go to each packet stream and change them, but is there a way or will there be a feature in next release where we can say, replace 10.1.1.1 by 192.168.1.1 ? So that it will check each stream and replace all the ip's in one go.
     
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    Hello mohan,

    Thank you for your valuable suggestion.

    batch IP replacement feature is already in our development plan, this function will be added in our future release.;)

    Regards,
    Kevin
     
  3. mohan

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    Thanks Kevin, great to know its in development :)
     
  4. gte

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    I am also interested in the batch IP replacement feature. When is the future release expected to be available? Is there any easier way to replace IP addresses in a packet trace, rather than going through each packet one-by-one?

    Does anyone know of other tools that may support the batch IP replacement capability currently?
     
  5. Colasoft

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    Regretably that I cannot tell you the exact release time as packet builder has to give way to Capsa 7.0, however this function will be surely added, maybe after the release of Capsa 7.0.

    Thank you for your support! Feel free to make any suggestions!

    best regards,
    Kevin
     
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  6. latheesh

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    can anybody tell me how to convert mp3 file to cscpkt format
     
  7. Nelson

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    This is really an advanced technology......
    Currently there is no plan for such development in the R&D department.
    Actually we are looking for some tool which can convert *.cap format into *.mp3 files so that we can take it as exemplar.
    :ninja:
     
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