Has anyone else seen this problem? I perform a wireless capture using the AP packet capture in vWLAN but when I load the file into wireshark, the information appears to be corrupted. No subtype info appears, a BSSID is listed that doesn't exist and every packet is the same. However, when I open the packet in Metageek EyePA program, it does appear to be able to decode it (but I can't see the contents of the frames in EyePA).
Attaching a sample file if anyone wants to give it a shot.
You are not alone. Sometime after 1.6.5 the prism headers stopped being decoded properly by Wireshark. If I recall correctly, all packets show as association responses as you allude.
I am back on Wireshark 1.6.5 (you can still find it out there if you look hard) and get the proper decode. If your experience is like mine, you'll notice that after 1.6.5 the "prism capture header" is missing. Here's that header being reflected properly in 1.6.5:
If anyone else has further insight into this observation, I'd be interested as well.
Also, I've not tested the latest 1.10.0 stable release from Wireshark. Maybe someone else has?
That was it. I downloaded wireshark 1.6.5 and the pcap file decodes properly.
What's interesting is that Metageek's Eye AP is still able to decode the pcap file, but some of the decoded info is incorrect. The data rates are incorrect, but the subframe types are correct:
I tried Wireshark 1.10 and it's unable to decode the pcap files correctly.
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