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Inject http traffic to tim - Asynchronous way

Question asked by HaroldMartinNetready on Feb 18, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 22, 2016 by Hallett_German

The App/http server is on Azure... and there is the main issue: they don't support a SPAN port.

I tried this way:

1. on the server (Windows 2012 Server) installed wireshark and captured the http traffic (filter: tcp.port == 80) from the exposed nic

2. on the tim installed a samba server and allowed the win server to write a pcap file with the captured http traffic

3. using an app called tcpreplay (Tcpreplay  - Pcap editing and replaying utilities ) tried to inject this pcap file to the eth stablished to read the traffic on tim.

 

at this point some checks are done:

  • when performing a tcpdump on the nic, there is http traffic from the pcap file.
  • on the tim packet statistics there are packets processed

 

BUT when I stablish the autodiscovery transaction there is none.

 

I even tried to set a really simple html site, with few images and links to the server itself with no sucess.

 

I really need any help/advice/comments to get past this frontier set by Azure since several clients are migrating their apps to this platform.

 

Thanks in advance for any idea.

 

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