IEEE 802.11e has an extended subtype for QoS packets. The longer length of the 802.11e packet must be accounted for in order to properly parse their payloads.
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Simple fix: just add 2 bytes to the 802.11 length when the QoS tupe bit is set.
More details in: http://standards.ieee.org/getieee802/download/802.11e-2005.pdf
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