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How to filter Packets by Time

asked 2023-03-06 04:35:16 +0000

balkhi.baba gravatar image

hello, i tryed this frame.time >= "Mar 1, 2023 4:22:00 PM" && frame.time <= "Mar 1, 2023 4:24:00 PM" filter, but it dosn't worked

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answered 2023-03-06 07:00:31 +0000

Jaap gravatar image

If you look at the Wireshark filter manual page you'll find:

Date and time values can be given in ISO 8601 format or using a legacy month-year-time format:

"Sep 26, 2004 23:18:04.954975"

The 'T' separator in ISO 8601 can be omitted. ISO 8601 supports timezone designators as UTC or an offset from UTC. Legacy formats can append the value "UTC" at the end to specify time in Coordinated Universal Time. Otherwise date and time values are interpreted as local time.
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Look in the WSUG for places to do Apply as Filter.
This will add the field with the current value which will be an example of the format required.

Chuckc gravatar imageChuckc ( 2023-03-06 15:19:16 +0000 )edit

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