I'm looking for a way to read ICCP/TASE.2 packets. I've seen anecdotal evidence that Wireshark supports this protocol, but can't find anything concrete from Wireshark's documentation or Q&A.
When I view pcaps with ICCP packets through Wireshark, they're displayed down to the MMS protocol, which is shown full of various errors (primarily "BER Error: Wrong field in SEQUENCE"). We've tried Wireshark versions up to 1.8.3, but the release notes for later versions don't indicate the addition of ICCP/TASE.2 support.
We are investigating the possibility of writing a custom ICCP dissector, but this has a number of problems, primarily that we don't have a C++ programmer or anyone with experience dissecting protocols.
Is there an ICCP/TASE.2 dissector, either built-in or as a plugin, available for Wireshark? If not, what other tools are available to read ICCP/TASE.2 packets?
asked 28 Mar '13, 11:30
For what I have seen myself from the TASE.2 specification, TASE.2 is just a way to use MMS. There's a mapping to the MMS data model and no extra layer is added (from a networking point of view).
answered 15 Apr '13, 10:16