<div>The problem is that the outgoing packets are as well the incoming packets. When you send packets your own network card can see them. If the packets are addressed to your own system that could be the reason of capturing the outgoing packets. But if you are also working with the card in promiscuous mode you will see all the packets being sent through the network, including your own, so you will have to aplly a filter in order to get only packets coming from outside.
<div>I don't know if this response is teh one you wanted, sorry if it wasn't<br><br> </div>
<div><span class="gmail_quote">2006/7/30, ahsan askari <<a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>>:</span>
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<div>Does anybody know how to capture only incoming packets. I have developed an application which is capturing all the packet (Outgoing aswell incoming). But I just want to capture incoming packets.</div>
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