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This method will read the next UDP packet in the pcap file one by one and returns the udp,eth and ip packets

src/a/c/AcraNetwork-0.1/examples/simple_parser_packets_from_pcap.py   AcraNetwork(Download)
            # So we loop through the file one packet at a time. This will eventually return an
            # exception at the end of file so handle that when it occurs
            (eth_packet,ip_packet,udp_packet) = pcapfile.ReadNextUDPPacket()
 
 

src/a/c/AcraNetwork-0.1/examples/pcap_to_ascii.py   AcraNetwork(Download)
                # exception at the end of file so handle that when it occurs
 
                (eth_packet,ip_packet,udp_packet) = pcapfile.ReadNextUDPPacket()
                if udp_packet.isinetx:  # This is a rough guess assuming the control word is 0x11000000.
                                        # If it's not then you can pass an argument to isinetx

src/a/c/AcraNetwork-0.1/examples/parser_aligned_pcap_example.py   AcraNetwork(Download)
                # So we loop through the file one packet at a time. This will eventually return an
                # exception at the end of file so handle that when it occurs
                (eth_packet,ip_packet,udp_packet) = pcapfile.ReadNextUDPPacket()
                if udp_packet.isinetx: # This is a rough guess assuming the control word is 0x11000000
                    inetx_packet = inetx.iNetX()