Watch the video. Sometimes when analyzing problems in Wifi networks you need to go straight to the packets. What tools are there to do Wifi capture? What should you look for in your packets?
Watch one of our premier integrators, Airtool’s Adrian Granados, as he shows you:
Installing and configuring the Airtool wireless tool for OSX Capturing and uploading to CloudShark Wifi packet analysis tools in CloudShark And more!
Watch the video. If you’re a Meraki user or MSP, you’ve probably seen the ability to point to CloudShark in your Dashboard. How does it work? What can you do with it?
Join us as we show you:
Configuring your Meraki dashboard for CloudShark uploads Capturing packets in your dashboard Analyzing in CloudShark
Chances are, if you’ve started a free trial of CloudShark, you’ve interacted with someone on our support team. To put text to face, here’s Tom, from our QA/Support team, explaining what he loves about working on CloudShark:
Watch the video.
Those in the CPE world are probably very familiar with OpenWrt, an open source linux implementation for embedded devices, including home gateways or wireless routers. OpenWrt is popular and extensible, with over 3000 available packages.
Recently, an OpernWrt package was developed that adds QA Cafe CloudShark capture and upload capability. The new package supports packet capture and viewing directly in the browser. A home router can be instantly transformed into a network troubleshooting tool or probe.
Greetings Packet Geeks!
CloudShark is happy to announce it will once again return to SharkFest at the Dominican University of Califonia in San Rafael. While there, we’ll be promoting the speed advancements we’ve made in our upcoming CloudShark 2.2 release and demonstrating how collaborative packet analysis can take network security, administration, and maintenance to the next level.
Our own Zach Chadwick and Tom Peterson will be attending - here’s what they have to say about it:
Cisco Meraki 100% Cloud Managed Edge Networking devices allow you to perform remote packet capture from your Meraki management system. This feature includes the ability to upload directly to CloudShark, or to your own CloudShark Appliance!
If you are a Meraki user, learn how upgrading to the CloudShark Appliance will help you here.
The feature is actually very rich. You can perform capture on any Meraki Cloud Managed device, and even automatically filter by host.
One of CloudShark’s most unique features is SSL stream viewing and rsa key management.
Watch the video. What do you do when you have certificates that you need to distribute to your team to look at encrypted data? How do you troubleshoot encrypted network traffic without having to give users access to your keys on their local machines?
CloudShark contains a unique key management system in addition to its packet capture repository.
Well, it’s 2014, and its’ time for a new version of CloudShark! CloudShark 2.1 is here, bringing you a plethora of great features including:
New Wireless Networks analysis tool The ability to sort analysis tool results Support for GZIP compressed capture files We’ve also updated to the latest version of tshark-1.10.5 and squashed a few bugs.
Read the full release notes or watch a prevew of the new wireless networks tool right here:
We thought we’d revisit this key piece of the capture analysis puzzle that we
added to CloudShark soon after its creation. Since then, CloudShark users like
have used the plug-in and its tshark counterpart to integrate CloudShark
into their network environment.
This webinar has concluded! If you missed it, you can view it on The CloudShark Channel here:
Watch the video. Title: Using Cisco Meraki's Embedded CloudShark Features Date: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/371875439
Do you use Meraki web managed networking devices? Do you need to troubleshoot networks that use them? Did you know they have an embedded capture mechanism?
CloudShark 1.9 is here! The big news here is CloudShark’s support for RTP playback of VoIP calls. This is something we’ve been excited about adding to CloudShark for awhile - when looking to add tools to CloudShark, we always make sure they are something that can benefit from the power of web technology and aid our users in collaboration on networking problems.
You can see an example capture with all of our new functionality built in here: https://www.
Did you know you could start a 30 day trial of CloudShark for free?
A lot of people have approached us to get a feel for what the CloudShark appliance is like. We made this video to show some of the key features for those who are going through the trial to make sure they get the most out of their experience.
Key CloudShark Features to Try During Your Trial The Capture Management List After signing in, your first view will be the capture file list view.
The CloudShark team is very pleased to announce CloudShark 1.7, our latest release.
First off, we’ve jazzed up the Protocol Hierarchy tool, letting you automatically create a filter by clicking on a protocol in the viewer. This was based on feedback from our users as it was one of their most often used tools for the first step in their analysis.
In addition, we are proud to launch the first ever “Key Management System”, that allows users to decrypt SSL data and perform analysis without ever needing to give them access to the keys in any way.