Got a pesky network problem that always seems to fix itself as soon as you start capturing?
Intermittent network and application problems are more prevalent nowadays than ever. They appear, and as soon as we are in the right location with the right tools, they disappear!
These types of problems are a pain to capture with Wireshark. In this video, we will look at how to use the GUI driven ring-buffer configuration to set up a long-term capture. This can especially help to catch an intermittent problem in the act, leaving a digestible-size trace file to dig through, rather than sifting through Gigs upon Gigs of traffic.