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    Default problem compiling jpcap in Eclipse Indigo

    I got the jpcap SDK from Jpcap - a Java library for capturing and sending network packets and i have problem compiling the code in Eclipse. I installed using its installer http://netresearch.ics.uci.edu/kfuji...pSetup-0.7.exe . The jar file appeared in the JRE System Library under the Package Explorer. I m using JRE 7. When i copied and paste the sample code into Eclipse i saw a lot of red markers for the Classes called from the jpcap sdk library.

    When i mouse over , i saw this error message pop out from the code with red markers.
    Access restriction: The type NetworkInterface is not accessible due to restriction on required library C:\Windows\Sun\Java\lib\ext\jpcap.jar

    It seems that there are restrictions calling the classes of the jpcap library. I not sure. But it seems so impossible for me to compile the code properly.

    Can anyone help me resolve the jpcap compilation problem in Eclipse indigo? Cos i really need it to work.

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    Default Re: problem compiling jpcap in Eclipse Indigo

    Don't double post. The thread you started in the Networking forum has been removed.

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