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So say I'm Host C and I'mis using wireshark to sniff packets from Host A to Host B. I am able to see those packets from wireshark but don'tI am not able to find them in the PREROUTING chain of my iptables. When I arpspoofHost C arpspoofs Host A and B, I can then see the packets appearing in my PREROUTING chain. 

Without arpspoofing, those packets that I sniffed from A to B will appear in which chain of the iptables?  

So say I'm Host C and I'm using wireshark to sniff packets from Host A to Host B. I am able to see those packets from wireshark but don't find them in the PREROUTING chain of my iptables. When I arpspoof Host A and B, I can then see the packets appearing in my PREROUTING chain. Without arpspoofing, those packets that I sniffed from A to B will appear in which chain of the iptables?  

Host C is using wireshark to sniff packets from Host A to Host B. I am able to see those packets from wireshark but I am not able to find them in the PREROUTING chain of iptables. When Host C arpspoofs Host A and B, I can then see the packets in my PREROUTING chain. 

Without arpspoofing, those packets that I sniffed from A to B will appear in which chain of the iptables?

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Which chain of the iptables receives the sniffed packets

So say I'm Host C and I'm using wireshark to sniff packets from Host A to Host B. I am able to see those packets from wireshark but don't find them in the PREROUTING chain of my iptables. When I arpspoof Host A and B, I can then see the packets appearing in my PREROUTING chain. Without arpspoofing, those packets that I sniffed from A to B will appear in which chain of the iptables?