Setting the monitor port to trunk mode is an experiment that's certainly worth trying. However, even if you are doing everything correctly, your PC adapter may not recognize the packets and ignore them.
The monitor port has to be configured as a trunk port and the NIC has to support vlan tags.
I've got a Dell laptop with an integrated Broadcom ethernet NIC that doesn't let me capture vlan tags. I ended up getting a Trendnet 10/100/1000 PC card to use w/ wireshark so that I could see the vlan tags.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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