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capture frames on a modem

is there any way to capture frames from a modem which is connected to the isp.
the modem is USR 56K
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mustaki
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femson7Commented:
Yes there is. You can use socket spy or spynet's network capture.

Go to CNET.COM and do a search for those files I mentioned.

But be warned. Based on my own experience, using these types of software can be a real security risk.

I downloaded a shareware capture software, and after installing it, 12mb of data has been sent to somewhere I don't know.

Tried tracing it, but to no avail.

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femson7Commented:
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mustakiAuthor Commented:
i have tried to use those two programs
but it didnt work
what i meant was capture frames like the network monitor on the winnt(read the content,header ,data etc
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femson7Commented:
Err, that's what the network packet capture was meant to do... I just don't know how you like it 'served' but it gives you the raw data, and you can have it rreconstruct whatever it is that has been captured...

In anycase, sorry... I wasn't able to meet your needs... Perhaps other experts would... ;)))
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