Στις 8/3/2012 13:47, ο/η Alon Levy έγραψε:
On Thu, Mar 08, 2012 at 01:23:02PM +0200, Georgios Petasis wrote:
> Στις 8/3/2012 11:30, ο/η Alon Levy έγραψε:
>> ok, if the VM runs on a separate pc, of course it doesn't work - I
>> wrongly assumed it was on the same pc as virt-manager. You need to
>> capture the interface that the spice connection is on - so the
>> network connection, which would be em1 / eth0. Wireshark has a
>> neat mode where it shows you the packets per interface before
>> starting a capture on a specific interface
>> (menu->capture->interfaces, or ctrl-i).
> Dear Alon,
> I am a little confused.
> I have a PC. I have started a VNC server on the pc. I run
> virt-manager inside this vnc server. I run the VM from this
> virt-manager (so virt-manager& VM run in the pc that the vnc server
> And from a second pc, I have a vnc client, that I see all these.
OK, I didn't understand correctly, thanks for the patience.
> I have uploaded a capture from em1 here:
So this one will be pointless since the spice connection is over
loopback on your headless pc.
So you are using wireshark on the headless PC via VNC?
Yes, wireshark runs on the
same pc as the vnc server, virt-manager & the VM.
I control it through a vnc client, from another pc.
I don't see any
TCP connections being created, as I would expect if virt-manager starter
the spice connection after the capture is started. Can you please make
sure virt-manager is closed before you start the capture?
I have rebooted the pc, I
have started wireshark, and then started
virt-manager & the VM. The VM booted (windows 7 64 bit), I pressed a few
keys, then I opened the start menu, some more key presses, and finally I
stopped the VM (normal shutdown from windows).
All this interaction is here:
If something is still missing, I think that it is possible it does not