Ok, after google searching a ton on the .jet file extension I seriously cannot figure out how to open a .jet file. This is the standard file extension for files created in the packet capture of the device center. Can someone please teach this noob how to work with a .jet file?
The tool was added primarily for Windows where no sniffer was available by default so that we in TAC could troubleshoot problems more easily. The idea was a customer creates a jet capture, then sends that file to TAC for analysis. I never added enough features (nor do I plan to do so) to make JET a web-based Wireshark.
That makes perfect sense. I can see why you would make LMS that way. My System Admin and I are playing around with the jet capture right now and trying to figure out exactly how it's working. Is there a number I can reach you at to ask more specific questions as they come up instead of continuing this forum post? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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