I would like to add the Next Sequence Number to my columns. I don't see it in my packet details, so I can't right-click it, and add it to my columns. How can I do this?

asked 19 Mar, 08:47

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Find a TCP packet that doesn't have a zero length payload, e.g. by filtering for "tcp.len > 0" - in one of those packets, you'll see the "next sequence number" field in the TCP header and you can right-click it to add it as a column.

Or add a custom column manually, and set the "fields" value to "tcp.nxtseq"

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