Space_15204355. [User #14587667]: Merlin 4.2 - pcap analyzerI placed a copy of Merlin 4.2 on the TestRange share (\\10.9.8.21\Share\Software\Merlin 4.2).
This version of Merlin is suppose to ingest pcap data. I haven't actually tried it yet myself... [User #14587667]: Op Status Tracking IdeasAny ideas on how to track op status? Do we create a table like the following and add this as a template to each op's testing page? [User #14587667]: Perseus Testing - DUT2 - InfoHere is the info needed to start testing Perseus on the RB450G (MIPSBE). Space_1736706. Space_753668. 2.
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