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asked 2018-01-17 10:02:43 +0000

rpi2027 gravatar image

I have multiple wireshark files (pcapng), and I need to have a summary of the ip adresses, ports, etc, ...

I found out that these informations can be produced in the "Statistics"->"IPv4 Statistics" menu and output to a txt/csv/xml/yaml file.

Is there any way to produce a single statistic file for multiple capture files?

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answered 2018-01-17 13:57:18 +0000

Jasper gravatar image

I don't know if this helps, but TraceWrangler offers a multi file statistic for all files in the current file list:

Multi file statistics

To do that, run TraceWrangler, add all files you need, and select "Tools" -> "Communication Details" (available after the files were scanned once - if they're too big for automatic scan, you need to trigger the scan manually). You can export all rows of the summary to CSV via a popup menu.

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This looks really close to the wireshark statistic menu, really cool software! Is the 2 GB file size limitation for a single capture file or for the entire file list?

rpi2027 gravatar imagerpi2027 ( 2018-01-17 14:32:28 +0000 )edit

It's for a single capture file. The list can hold any size; the biggest I tried to far was 600GB it total size for 5000 files

Jasper gravatar imageJasper ( 2018-01-17 15:08:42 +0000 )edit

answered 2018-01-17 10:36:39 +0000

Jaap gravatar image

Either merge the capture files before hand, or merge the statistics files afterwards.

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I don't think I can merge the capture files because of the size (I have hundreds of capture files each 50 MB). Do you know how I can merge the statistics files afterwards?

rpi2027 gravatar imagerpi2027 ( 2018-01-17 10:45:03 +0000 )edit

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