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I did not see traffic data on WireShark using Some/IP SD

asked 2023-11-21 23:51:09 +0000

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Hello everybody I am working on the examples of Some/IP SD from COVESA (https://github.com/COVESA/vsomeip/tre...). I had wireshark on windows but I install WSL 2 (Ubuntu 20.04) to test the examples of Some/IP. The subscribe-notify example works correctly, the problem is that I did not see anything in Wireshark, the problem it could be on the .json file, I attatched the code, or maybe that I am running two machines,

{
"unicast" : "172.26.110.127",
"logging" :
{
    "level" : "debug",
    "console" : "true",
    "file" : { "enable" : "false", "path" : "/tmp/vsomeip.log" },
    "dlt" : "false"
},
"applications" :
[
    {
        "name" : "service-sample",
        "id" : "0x1277"
    },
    {
        "name" : "client-sample",
        "id" : "0x1344"
    }
],
"services" :
[
    {
        "service" : "0x1234",
        "instance" : "0x5678",
        "unreliable" : "30509",
        "multicast" :
        {
            "address" : "224.225.226.233",
            "port" : "32344"
        },
        "events" :
        [
            {
                "event" : "0x0777",
                "is_field" : "true",
                "update-cycle" : 2000
            },
            {
                "event" : "0x0778",
                "is_field" : "true",
                "update-cycle" : 0
            },
            {
                "event" : "0x0779",
                "is_field" : "true"
            }
        ],
        "eventgroups" :
        [
            {
                "eventgroup" : "0x4455",
                "events" : [ "0x777", "0x778" ]
            },
            {
                "eventgroup" : "0x4465",
                "events" : [ "0x778", "0x779" ],
                "is_multicast" : "true"
            },
            {
                "eventgroup" : "0x4555",
                "events" : [ "0x777", "0x779" ]
            }
        ]
    }
],
"routing" : "service-sample",
"service-discovery" :
{
    "enable" : "true",
    "multicast" : "224.244.224.245",
    "port" : "30490",
    "protocol" : "udp",
    "initial_delay_min" : "10",
    "initial_delay_max" : "100",
    "repetitions_base_delay" : "200",
    "repetitions_max" : "3",
    "ttl" : "3",
    "cyclic_offer_delay" : "2000",
    "request_response_delay" : "1500"
}

}

Could you please help me, if the problem is on the IP address or where adress should I use.

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answered 2023-11-22 10:32:28 +0000

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Make sure to run Wireshark in the same context as you run this other code (which we know nothing about). Otherwise your capture setup will be an issue. You may very well not be able to get at the interface you need to successfully capture the traffic.

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