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You can find dissector tables using tshark, for example:

$ tshark -G dissector-tables | grep zcl
zbee.zcl.cluster        ZigBee ZCL Cluster ID   FT_UINT16       BASE_HEX       ZigBee ZCL       Decode As not supported

$ tshark -G heuristic-decodes | grep zcl
zbee_zcl_se.tun ip      T

You can also find dissector tables in Wirehsark using: View -> Internals -> Dissector Tables. A search for zcl finds the same two as above, namely an integer table zbee.zcl.cluster, and also the heuristic table, zbee_zcl_se.tun.

And of course there's always the packet-zbee-zcl.c and packet-zbee-zcl-se.c source code itself.

You can find dissector tables using tshark, for example:

$ tshark -G dissector-tables | grep zcl
zbee.zcl.cluster        ZigBee ZCL Cluster ID   FT_UINT16       BASE_HEX       ZigBee ZCL       Decode As not supported

$ tshark -G heuristic-decodes | grep zcl
zbee_zcl_se.tun ip      T

You can also find dissector tables in WirehsarkWireshark using: View -> Internals -> Dissector Tables. A search for zcl finds the same two as above, namely an integer table zbee.zcl.cluster, and also the heuristic table, zbee_zcl_se.tun.

And of course there's always the packet-zbee-zcl.c and packet-zbee-zcl-se.c source code itself.