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How to add a vendor

I am trying to add a vendor to my wireshark running on Windows. I modified the dictionary.xml as follows:

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/> &myvendor ;

I also created the myvendor.xml file and added the custom attributes, for example:

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="7898" name="myvendor "/> <avp name="Service-Name" code="14" mandatory="must" may-encrypt="yes" vendor-id="myvendor "> <type type-name="UTF8String"/>

Wireshark still does not recognize and decode the AVP when I open the pcap:

AVP Code: 13 Unknown Unknown AVP 13 (vendor=myvendor), if you know what this is you can add it to dictionary.xml

Is there something missing?

How to add a vendor

I am trying to add a vendor to my wireshark running on Windows. I modified the dictionary.xml as follows:

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/> &myvendor ;

I also created the myvendor.xml file and added the custom attributes, for example:

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="7898" code="0000" name="myvendor "/> <avp name="Service-Name" code="14" mandatory="must" may-encrypt="yes" vendor-id="myvendor "> <type type-name="UTF8String"/>

Wireshark still does not recognize and decode the AVP when I open the pcap:

AVP Code: 13 Unknown Unknown AVP 13 (vendor=myvendor), if you know what this is you can add it to dictionary.xml

Is there something missing?

How to add a vendor

I am trying to add a vendor to my wireshark running on Windows. I modified the dictionary.xml as follows:

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/> &myvendor ;

I also created the myvendor.xml file and added the custom attributes, for example:

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/> <avp name="Service-Name" code="14" mandatory="must" may-encrypt="yes" vendor-id="myvendor "> <type type-name="UTF8String"/>

Wireshark still does not recognize and decode the AVP when I open the pcap:

AVP Code: 13 Unknown Unknown AVP 13 (vendor=myvendor), if you know what this is you can add it to dictionary.xml

Is there something missing?

How to add a vendor

I am trying to add a vendor to my wireshark running on Windows. I modified the dictionary.xml as follows:

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/>

&myvendor ;

I also created the myvendor.xml file and added the custom attributes, for example:

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/> <avp name="Service-Name" code="14" mandatory="must" may-encrypt="yes" vendor-id="myvendor "> <type type-name="UTF8String"/>

Wireshark still does not recognize and decode the AVP when I open the pcap:

AVP Code: 13 Unknown Unknown AVP 13 (vendor=myvendor), if you know what this is you can add it to dictionary.xml

Is there something missing?

How to add a vendor

I am trying to add a vendor to my wireshark running on Windows. I modified the dictionary.xml as follows:

 

<!ENTITY myvendor SYSTEM "myvendor .xml">

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/>

&myvendor ;

;

I also created the myvendor.xml file and added the custom attributes, for example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  

<vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/> <avp name="Service-Name" code="14" mandatory="must" may-encrypt="yes" vendor-id="myvendor "> <type type-name="UTF8String"/>

type-name="UTF8String"/>

Wireshark still does not recognize and decode the AVP when I open the pcap:

AVP Code: 13 Unknown Unknown AVP 13 (vendor=myvendor), if you know what this is you can add it to dictionary.xml

Is there something missing?

How to add a vendor

I am trying to add a vendor to my wireshark running on Windows. I modified the dictionary.xml as follows:

 <!ENTITY 

!ENTITY myvendor SYSTEM "myvendor .xml"> .xml"
<vendor vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/> "
&myvendor ;

;

I also created the myvendor.xml file and added the custom attributes, for example:

<?xml 


?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> encoding="utf-8"?

<vendor

vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "/> "
<avp avp name="Service-Name" code="14" mandatory="must" may-encrypt="yes" vendor-id="myvendor "> "
<type type-name="UTF8String"/>

type type-name="UTF8String"

Wireshark still does not recognize and decode the AVP when I open the pcap:

AVP Code: 13 Unknown Unknown

Unknown AVP 13 (vendor=myvendor), if you know what this is you can add it to dictionary.xml

Is there something missing?

How to add a vendor

I am trying to add a vendor to my wireshark running on Windows. I modified the dictionary.xml as follows:

!ENTITY myvendor SYSTEM "myvendor .xml"
.xml" vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "
"<br> &myvendor ;

;

I also created the myvendor.xml file and added the custom attributes, for example:


?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?

encoding="utf-8"? vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "
" avp name="Service-Name" code="14" mandatory="must" may-encrypt="yes" vendor-id="myvendor "
" type type-name="UTF8String"

type-name="UTF8String"

Wireshark still does not recognize and decode the AVP when I open the pcap:

AVP Code: 13 Unknown

Unknown AVP 13 (vendor=myvendor), if you know what this is you can add it to dictionary.xml

Is there something missing?

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How to add a vendor

I am trying to add a vendor to my wireshark running on Windows. I modified the dictionary.xml as follows:

!ENTITY myvendor SYSTEM "myvendor .xml"
vendor vendor-id="myvendor " code="0000" name="myvendor "<br>
&myvendor ;

I also created the myvendor.xml file and added the custom attributes, for example:

?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?
  vendor vendor-id="myvendor "  code="0000" name="myvendor "
    avp name="Service-Name" code="14" mandatory="must" may-encrypt="yes" vendor-id="myvendor "
    type type-name="UTF8String"

Wireshark still does not recognize and decode the AVP when I open the pcap:

AVP Code: 13 Unknown

Unknown AVP 13 (vendor=myvendor), if you know what this is you can add it to dictionary.xml

Is there something missing?