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2023-02-06 08:37:02 +0000 edited question I'm seeing TCP Retransmission Errors

I'm seeing TCP Retransmission Error from IP: 172.20.1.77(Source) to IP: 122.55.100.244(Destination), can anyone identify

2023-02-06 08:36:25 +0000 edited question I'm seeing TCP Retransmission Errors

I'm seeing TCP Retransmission Error from IP: 172.20.1.77(Source) to IP: 122.55.100.244(Destination), can anyone identify

2023-02-06 08:36:24 +0000 edited question I'm seeing TCP Retransmission Errors

I'm seeing TCP Retransmission Error from IP: 172.20.1.77(Source) to IP: 122.55.100.244(Destination), can anyone identify

2023-02-05 18:54:56 +0000 commented question Problems switching from router>mesh>ethernet>computer to router>ethernet>computer

Looks like a crappy connector somewhere.

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2023-02-02 15:30:14 +0000 answered a question Try to reverse DNS resolve IP Addresses

Have a look at the User's Guide section on name resolution.

2023-01-31 08:24:33 +0000 edited question Can Wireshark tell me the bandwidth being used by every device on my network?

Can Wireshark tell me the bandwidth being used by every device on my network? I would like to see how much bandwidth eve

2023-01-31 08:24:24 +0000 edited question Can Wireshark tell me the bandwidth being used by every device on my network?

can wire shark tell me the bandwidth being used by every device on my network? I would like to see how much bandwidth ev

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2023-01-26 19:30:57 +0000 answered a question Host name File Edit

If you look in the Preferences dialog, on the page Name Resolution, you'll find the identifiers where Wireshark provides

2023-01-26 08:38:03 +0000 commented question Host name File Edit

What kind of address is this? Integer doesn't say anything.

2023-01-25 15:25:16 +0000 commented question floating point issue in wsgd dissector

With the disclaimer that all this is very non-portable, but how about: float *fp = (float *)&i; float f = *fp; prin

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2023-01-23 21:25:41 +0000 answered a question Filter SIP proprietary header

Go to Preferences - Protocols - SIP and click the Edit button at Custom SIP header fields. Add your header name and desc

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2023-01-21 08:34:07 +0000 answered a question PMTU Discovery capture

The network stack is running into a MTU limitation right at the very first interface, the one you try to send out of. Th

2023-01-21 08:21:10 +0000 edited question PMTU Discovery capture

PMTU Discovery capture I am trying to capture PMTU Disovery using ping on a Windows client as below ping <ip addrers

2023-01-20 20:26:18 +0000 edited answer MultiGig Throughput Testing - Wireshark Crashes

You are confusing Wireshark, the protocol analyser, with a capture engine. Even though Wireshark allows you to interact

2023-01-20 20:25:35 +0000 answered a question MultiGig Throughput Testing - Wireshark Crashes

You are confusing Wireshark, the protocol analyser, with a capture engine. Even though Wireshark allows you to interact

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2023-01-20 12:50:24 +0000 commented question I connected to remote interface but it doesn't displaying packets.

But I use tp link router is any configuration in tp link router for remote capture. You should ask on a TP-Link or

2023-01-18 13:28:33 +0000 commented question I connected to remote interface but it doesn't displaying packets.

https://i.stack.imgur.com/LNpoT.png That is exactly what I'm getting. I connected to remote interface but not displayin

2023-01-18 09:08:13 +0000 commented question I connected to remote interface but it doesn't displaying packets.

You give very little detailed information (remember, we can't see what you're seeing). I guess from mentioning port 2002

2023-01-18 08:23:49 +0000 edited question I connected to remote interface but it doesn't displaying packets.

I connected to remote interface but it doesn't show any traffic I want to check network traffic of my router. I installe

2023-01-16 21:36:41 +0000 answered a question How to clear packet list during live capture?

The packet list cannot be cleared, since it is a representation of the capture file that is build up from the data strea

2023-01-13 20:24:14 +0000 commented question How to clear packet list during live capture?

Have you considered using the sshdump extcap interface to capture with?

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2023-01-12 06:31:38 +0000 answered a question DHCP Discover Questions

These "extra IP inside the parenthesis" are a result of the way that particular instance of Wireshark is configured. If

2023-01-11 16:46:26 +0000 answered a question Child dumpcap process died: Exception 0x0000374

My suggestion would be to hop over to https://npcap.com and report the issue there, since it seems to have to do with Np

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2023-01-07 13:00:32 +0000 answered a question A Master's Thesis on a topic related to Wireshark

Sure, why wouldn't you be able and allowed to? The name is a registered trademark, which means you cannot slap the name

2023-01-07 12:56:31 +0000 commented answer Frames are undecoded and have funny bytes in header

Via the context menu of the protocol in the packet details paine Via the menu Analyze | Enabled Protocols

2023-01-06 22:53:46 +0000 commented answer Frames are undecoded and have funny bytes in header

Via the context menu of the protocol in the packet details paine Via the menu Analyze | Enabled Protocols

2023-01-06 18:39:40 +0000 answered a question Frames are undecoded and have funny bytes in header

(to round this one out) The problem stems from a misconfiguration which ended up in the default profile. Restoring the o

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2023-01-06 06:48:51 +0000 commented question Frames are undecoded and have funny bytes in header

Importing this text shows a perfectly normal UDP packet to me, so it may be something you haven't tweaked yet. What happ

2023-01-05 09:04:29 +0000 answered a question Packets missed

https://wiki.wireshark.org/CaptureSetup/Ethernet#switched-ethernet

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2023-01-04 07:29:41 +0000 answered a question Is it possible to get Passphrase from PSK value

No, the PSK comes from a secure hash of the SSID and the passphrase.

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2023-01-04 07:20:52 +0000 commented question Promiscuous mode error connected to Watchguard firewall

To Recap Broadband -- Asus router -- WatchGuard T-20 -- Switch -- PC : fail Broadband -- Asus router -- PC : succes Cor

2023-01-04 07:08:25 +0000 answered a question Wireshark packet result display as ASCII after 4.x version

There was a code change to address issue 16900 which was included in Wireshark version 3.4.0 and later. This change resu

2023-01-03 16:22:22 +0000 commented question Wireshark packet result display as ASCII after 4.x version

But these happen to have non ASCII values in their OCTET STRING, which causes the translation to ASCII to bail out. In t

2023-01-03 12:24:58 +0000 commented answer How can I configure WS to always display the last packet in realtime in the detailswindow

That's going to depend on whether they are a trekkie or not.

2023-01-03 09:25:42 +0000 commented answer How can I configure WS to always display the last packet in realtime in the detailswindow

I suppose we could offer it and limit the number of changes to the selection of once every 30 seconds or whatever rat

2023-01-03 09:20:51 +0000 commented question Wireshark packet result display as ASCII after 4.x version

Well, this is _exactly_ the comment raised in the review of MR 533, so it took only 2 years for this to pop up. Now we'r

2023-01-02 20:33:39 +0000 commented question Wireshark packet result display as ASCII after 4.x version

What does the MIB define as syntax for this object? Probably OCTET STRING. Then this is probably a consequence of issue

2023-01-02 20:28:49 +0000 commented question Wireshark packet result display as ASCII after 4.x version

What does the MIB define as syntax for this object? Probably OCTET STRING.

2023-01-02 17:35:36 +0000 commented answer Capture inbound packets only

unless you want multicast and broadcast traffic too...