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July 22, 2010 – Version 2.02.0076
Fixed fast IPv4 filter setting from the Filter Menu and added support for fast IPv6 filters in the Filter Menu. Included Dallas iButton 4.0.2 install package.
June 24, 2010 – Version 2.02.0072
Fixed issue with /IFMASK and /TAP_MASK. Fixed decode protocol number and port 0. Enhanced IPv6 fragment support. Fixed HELLO packet decode.
April 21, 2010 – Version 2.02.0071
Add support for new iButton. Add support for Network Critical SmartNA external 10Gig tap.
October 6, 2009 – Version 2.01.0064
Add decoder for Diameter protocol. Expanded SCTP decoder.
August 17, 2009 – Version 2.01.0063
Fixed bug in IP filtering for internally reconstructed packets. Allowed old filter files to be loaded (with new offsets replacing old ones). Extended GRE decoder and analyzer to support native IP over GRE.
July 27, 2009 – Version 2.01.0062
Fixed analyzer bug due to IPv6 changes.
May 7, 2009 – Version 2.01.0060
Added complete support for IPv6, including analysis and fast IP capture. Updated DNS decoder for IPv6 as well.
March 18, 2009 – Version 2.00.0059
Added code to detect non-async PPP packets in L2TP tunnel analyzer. Fixed decoder for non-async IP PPP packets in L2TP tunnel. Enhanced ROHC analyzer to get rid of erroneous ROHC tunnels.
August 10, 2008 – Version 2.00.0056
Fixed sequence number decompression in RoHC.
July 25, 2008 – Version 2.00.0055
Added support to decompress RoHC packets. Added progress bar to file load and save. Added some AIM decode. Ports 50010 and 50020 will decode as RTP.
October 9, 2007 – Version 2.00.0045
Added /GPSPOLL command line option.
April 20, 2007 – Version 2.00.0042
Clean build. Minor tweaks.
July 19, 2006 – Version 2.00.0040
Test version with C12.22 support.
May 17, 2006 – Version 2.00.0039
Better PCAP file support. Added AUTODNS analyzer to automatically learn host names by scanning DNS requests. Enchanced system timestamp resolution. Fixed problem with DNS decodes. Added IPv6CP support. Added support to reassemble GTP tunnelled packets. Fixed memory leak and enhanced memory tracking capabilities.
October 5, 2005 – Version 2.00.0038
Fixed some problems with line mode updating when changing display filters.
August 10, 2005 – Version 2.00.0037
Added debug code for SerialView cable support.
August 8, 2005 – Version 2.00.0036
Left a breakpoint in – sorry.
August 7, 2005 – Version 2.00.0035
Fixed problem in PVSERIAL driver.
July 31, 2005 – Version 2.00.0034
Included TMEX install file. Added more NTCIP support features.
July 25, 2005 – Version 2.00.0033
Administrative and cosmetic changes.
July 17, 2005 – Version 2.00.0032
Added decode and analysis support for ethertype 8100 (802.1q). Added IP fragment reassembly and Native IP media type. Added prompt if file is to be overwritten when saving packets.
March 17, 2005 – Version 2.00.0030
Enabled loading and saving filter definitions to disk files (plus command line option to load filters at startup). Added ability to set some filters to TO, FROM, or TO/FROM. Added TCP Header filter ability.
February 25, 2005 – Version 2.00.0029
Fixed issue when no LAN interfaces were available but a serial interface was being used for capture. Fixed overflow bug in DNS packet processing. Fixed bug when external protocol decoder was being loaded on a release build. Fixed problem with filtering (escaped) serial interfaces.
January 28, 2005 – Version 2.00.0028
Fixed bug with filters on PPP packets. Added ‘ I ‘ command to display VPN endpoint information for packets on virtual interfaces. Restricted the /reserve option to not allow a number greater than the current available memory. Added decode for NETBIOS name service and some additional SMB support.
January 10, 2005 – Version 2.00.0027
Made timestamps more accurate when using system clock (versus TimeStamper). Fixed bug that prevented the demo from running on certain systems/OSes.
October 6, 2004 – Version 2.00.0026
Fixed bug when not using reserved memory.
August 25, 2004 – Version 2.00.0023
Added large packet (jumbo) support and basic support for external protocol decoders (via a .DLL). Also added the “connection filter” capability where you select a packet that is part of a TCP, UDP, or IP connection you want to watch, then press ‘C’ to create a temporary display filter showing just packets from that connection.
July 13, 2004 – Version 2.00.0022
Fixed old bug from PCANDIS that found it’s way into PCAMPR. The bug caused packets to contain bad data after the lookahead buffer on some adapters. Fixed typo in NETBIOS decoder. Fixed bug in code to determine if a buffer contains displayable text (versus arbitrary data). Fixed serial capture (again).
June 15, 2004 – Version 2.00.0021
Fixed PVSERIAL to work with newer TAPI devices. Added support for OID symbols. Added a bunch of enterprise names to OID list. Added radix support (toggled with the ‘X’ key).
May 24, 2004 – Version 2.00.0020
Fixed support for some forms of embedded modems.
April 23, 2004 – Version 2.00.0019
Added flag indicators to TCP line mode display. Fixed fragment flag decode in display mode. Allow time and media info display to be toggled in line mode.
March 25, 2004 – Version 2.00.0018
Fixed NTP decode. Fixed UBICOM UDAP and UCP decodes. Turned off MAC layer display as default (this make line mode a little more usable).
March 18, 2004 – Version 2.00.0017
Added “/RESERVE=nn” option to tell the OS to increase the process working set size to at least “nn” MB of memory. This will also set the process priority class to HIGH_PRIORITY_CLASS.
March 2, 2004 – Version 2.00.0016
Modified buffer management to use malloc()/free() rather then HeapXxx() functions due to memory creep with the HeapXxx() functions. Fixed bug when printing in line mode. Enhanced UBICOM protocol decoder.
January 26, 2004 – Version 2.00.0015
Added “/BUFFERSIZE=nn” command line option to allow user to set low-level capture buffer size (between 2K and 2048K). Changed default low-level capture buffer size to 512K.
December 4, 2003 – Version 2.00.0014
Added RTP decoder (for ports 5004 and 65154). Also put in possible fix for crash seen when using F4 to reset the capture buffer while under heavy load.
November 20, 2003 – Version 2.00.0013
Fixed GRE analyzer to ensure generated packets are reasonably sequenced. Added (preliminary) support for SerialView cable. Extended “Interface Filter” to 256 interfaces. Fixed some minor bugs in analysis of PPP packets.
November 12, 2003 – Version 2.00.0012
Added decoders for MIP (Mobile IP) and RADIUS packets.
November 5, 2003 – Version 2.00.0011
Added support for USB dongle. Added some decode of TELNET escape sequences.
September 26, 2003 – Version 2.00.0010
Fixed bug in copying generated packets (trying to copy too much). Also fixed decode of SACK options in TCP packets.
September 19, 2003 – Version 2.00.0009
Added code to enforce cleaner shutdown of capture threads to prevent system lock up.
August 1, 2003 – Version 2.00.0008
Fixed problem with loading REC_START_TIME data from PVD files. Started working towards an event driven system rather then just a packet driven system.
June 3, 2003 – Version 2.00.0007
Started adding statistics. Made all PlaySound()s asynchronous.
May 27, 2003 – Version 2.00.0006
Fix install issue.
May 26, 2003 – Version 2.00.0005
Added support for “Multi-Packet Read”. This should eliminate the chance of losing packets under reasonable conditions.
Fixed minor bug in UDP decode (if UDP header it too short).
Added “/NOANALYSIS” command line option. This permits you to load a packet file without PacketView Pro doing it’s normal analysis on the file.
May 15, 2003 – Version 2.00.0004
Added “expert” mode (defaults to off). Use the command line option “/expert” to enable expert mode, or “/novice” to force novice mode.
When in “novice” mode, any action that needs to clear the packet buffer will cause a “Clear packet buffer? (Y/N)” prompt and the default system exclamation sound is played. If you decline, the current operation is aborted.
Moved “Continuous Capture to Disk” from F9 (“SAVE TO DISK”) on packet screen to “F6 – Continuous Capture to Disk” on the “Main Menu”.
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