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How to apply a display filter that only shows the UDP client source port number

I'm looking at a UDP capture for a command prompt inquiry where I released my current IP address and then renewed it. Even with the UDP filter, there's still a lot of data packets to go through so I need to apply a second filter that will only show the UDP source port number of the client. Any ideas on how to do that? I've Googled it a few times but can't find the exact filter I would need. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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How to apply a display filter that only shows the UDP client source port number

I'm looking at a UDP capture for a command prompt inquiry where I released my current IP address and then renewed it. Even with the UDP filter, there's still a lot of data packets to go through so I need to apply a second filter that will only show the UDP source port number of the client. Any ideas on how to do that? I've Googled it a few times but can't find the exact filter I would need. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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How to apply a display filter that only shows the packets with a particular UDP client source port number

I'm looking at a UDP capture for a command prompt inquiry where I released my current IP address and then renewed it. Even with the UDP filter, there's still a lot of data packets to go through so I need to apply a second filter that will only show the UDP source port number of the client. Any ideas on how to do that? I've Googled it a few times but can't find the exact filter I would need. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!