Some are real plug-ins. Others may be simple samples, much like the output from a Wizard, which a developer can copy and build upon for his own plug-in application.
Debuggers, test harnesses, and other utilities to aid development against the WildPackets platform.
Remote adapters make it possible to view packets in Peek from a remote device in real-time.
There are no Remote Adapters in the system.
This section contains filters that can be dynamically added to OmniPeek. Since filter files are written in XML, they can be generated, altered, and enhanced by hand or programmatically. Filter files can be loaded into OmniPeek through the User Interface, as well as programmatically through the OmniPeek Console API.
This section of MyPeek contains updated and extended Name Table files. Name Tables files are stored as XML formatted data that can be loaded and unloaded manually through the user interface, or programmatically through the Peek COM API. Along with support for Port Names and Port Types (e.g. router, server, client, etc), the Name Table also supports groups which make it easier to organize.
There are no Name Tables in the system.
This section contains helpful scripts that can be used with OmniScript.