IV) Exercise Four In this exercise, you are going to capture live traffic from your save live traffic. The Wireshark “QuickStart” guide distributed rst, you must decide computer. Open up Wireshark and use the “Capture” menu to n a web site to visit. ick a web site, such s www.yahoo.com, or Wireshark. www.cnn.com that you haven’t visited yet today with these exercises contains more instructions on using Start capturing data, visit a live web site using your standard Internet browser, and stop capturing data. If you have a large amount of network traffic, the relevant data may be hidden among a lot of broadcast messages. To focus on just the key frames, you can set a display filter like this. If you pick one that you recently visited, your system may not need to send out a DNS request, since the IP address may be cached (saved temporarily) on your Type it as shown (ip.addr-your.ip.address) in the graphic machine. For this exercise, we would prefer to have a DNS Using an approach similar to the approach in Exercise One Eilter:IEENTE 2E ▼ Expression gear Apply For the IP number enter the IP number of your client machine. above. Then click on “Apply”. st as part of the describe the set of frames that you captured For this description think of this as a conversation- every discussion starts with a question and follows with an answer. For example, two of the frames will contain the DNS request for an IP address for the web site, and the DNS answer with the IP number. Remember that some answers may take several frames if they need to be reassembled from segmented packets. detail of transactions. .