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  • Blog Post: SMB2 Parser for NM3.1

    We have decided to release an SMB2 parser for Network Monitor 3.1 (released July 07) to hold people over untill the beta for Network Monitor 3.2 releases in early June. Where can I get the SMB2 parser? You can download SMB2.NPL parser, along with SPARSER.NPL, CER.NPL, FCCS.NPL, SCNA.NPL and SMB...
  • Blog Post: Using Columns and Properties

    You might have had an occasion to add a new column in Network Monitor 3.0. But the list of available choices might be quite daunting. What you may not know, however, is that the list is derived from properties in the NPL script that makes up each parser. This means you can add any kind of information...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 and ISA Remote Windows Sockets Parsers Available

    If you don't already know, we have been updating the our parsers for Network Monitor on http://www.CodePlex.com/NMParsers every month. Most recently we have updated the Windows parser set to support Windows 7 protocol updates. In the June parser release on CodePlex we have support for Remote Windows...
  • Blog Post: New SSL Public Parser Available: How to deal with new parsers

    You’ve made some changes to your parsers and want to keep things organized. With the release of SSL.NPL, which we will also talk about today, it makes sense to understand how to work with parsers when you want to update or modify them. So I’d like to go over some strategies for keeping out of NPL H-E...
  • Blog Post: NPL – The Power Behind the Parsers

    I always found it frustrating to use an application, only to find something didn’t work exactly like I expected it to. And in the world of network sniffers, it seems that I always find a problem with a particular protocol or some output that I wish displayed a little differently. With Network Monitor...