[mythtv-users] HDHR failing
dryheat122 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 23:43:25 UTC 2020
On Fri, Nov 13, 2020 at 7:55 PM Stephen Worthington <
stephen_agent at jsw.gen.nz> wrote:
> and then run this command:
> sudo tshark -tad -P -w eth0.pcap -i eth0 ether host <MAC address of
> Adjust the "eth0" bits to the name of your Ethernet port if necessary.
> Ping the HDHR again and check that tshark shows the ping.
> Then restart mythbackend and tshark should see all the traffic it does
> with the HDHR (if any). That will also be stored to the eth0.pcap
> file which can be loaded into Wireshark on any PC that has it
> installed. You can also make it available for us to look at if you
> need help with working out what is going on.
tshark returns the following after reboot. I do need help working out
what's going on:
11 5.004453703 Silicond_06:68:bf → Giga-Byt_21:c1:0c ARP 60 Who has
192.168.1.200? Tell 192.168.1.42
12 5.004462014 Giga-Byt_21:c1:0c → Silicond_06:68:bf ARP 42
192.168.1.200 is at 00:24:1d:21:c1:0c
13 5.178415918 Giga-Byt_21:c1:0c → Silicond_06:68:bf ARP 42 Who has
192.168.1.42? Tell 192.168.1.200
14 5.178635208 Silicond_06:68:bf → Giga-Byt_21:c1:0c ARP 60 192.168.1.42
is at 00:18:dd:06:68:bf
Since this capture continued after a reboot, I assume I need to stop it.
How do I do so?
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