How to record all data (everything) going in and out from PC and than replay it.

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How to record all Data (everything) going in and out from PC and than replay it. With all, I mean even internet packets everything. Even 5 minutes would be nice.


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  • TheRealRaven
    "Replay" it? How would you expect to understand what it was if it was somehow shown to you? It's likely to be a very large string of bytes that will be meaningless unless you have some way to know what the structures are, what they mean, which bytes represent characters and which represent binary values, which bytes are data and which are control elements, and other things.

    There are many trace tools that can log incoming/outgoing bytes. But I'm not aware of any tools that can provide the meanings of any of the data bytes.
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  • Griffit
    I did not ask for meaning of bytes.
    Do not post out of topic comments.
    Question is there way to record "ALL" data going out and in from pc and than replay it.
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  • TheRealRaven
    It's hardly "off topic". A replay of all data implies the involvement of every server and client port that sent or received any packet for any protocol in the time recorded.

    Now, if you simply want to view the data, then almost any network trace/monitor tool will do that. For most users, Microsoft's Network Monitor is probably easiest. One of the most popular for networking pros is Wireshark.

    Any search for [ network monitor ] or similar will yield lots of info. But "replay" needs a lot more clarification if it doesn't simply mean "look at".
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  • Griffit
    Gezus dude , what wrong with you.
    You keep answering question that is not even asked.
    you are annoying as hell, honestly.

    you are this : 
     " Hey mother how do i record movie so i can watch later ? " 

    " Son ! I don't really understand your question if you want to watch movie , you have internet, various web sites that allow stream, than dvds in all difference formats, also gom player and vlc are one of top used, than you will need to use codecs "


    Do you Understand yourself now ?

    Okey so we came to conclusion you do not know answer to my question. Say it I DO NOT KNOW IT , or much better keep your self silent on topic that are above your IQ. 
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  • TheRealRaven
    Sorry, but if neither of the products that I suggested are close to what you want, you'll need to provide a clearer explanation. It simply isn't clear what you want. The word "replay" has no good meaning without additional context (unless it simply means looking at the data bytes, but you won't say if that's what you want).

    You're welcome to see if anyone else has better suggestions than the two products I mentioned to start a list. But it'd help if you could explain what neither of those does that you need a product to do. So far, it doesn't look like anyone knows what a good answer could be; but an answer might be out there.
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