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2019-01-08 10:18:55 +0000 edited answer How to create a custom colum for either TCP or UDP port?

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2018-03-14 08:08:46 +0000 marked best answer Writing a post-dissector: can I get the mac-address of the capturing interface?

Hi,

is there any variable or way to query the value of the capturing-interface to be used into a postdissector?

I know that you can also capture from multiple interfaces at the same time, and this could be a problem, but I'am focusing on single interface capture.

Thanks Gian

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2018-03-14 08:08:13 +0000 commented answer Writing a post-dissector: can I get the mac-address of the capturing interface?

Thank you for the answer. It's a bad luck! I am writing a simple post-dissector that mark any packet as being INbound or

2018-03-14 08:07:53 +0000 answered a question Writing a post-dissector: can I get the mac-address of the capturing interface?

Thank you for the answer. It's a bad luck! I am writing a simple post-dissector that mark any packet as being INbound or

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2018-03-13 11:07:10 +0000 commented answer Nice filters

Uhm... how can I "move" it please?

2018-03-13 10:36:26 +0000 edited question Nice filters

Nice filters I want to share with you this IMHO nice filters: UNICAST FLOODING !(eth.dst[0]&1) && ip &

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2018-03-13 10:35:59 +0000 edited question Nice filters

Nice filters I want to share with you this IMHO nice filters: UNICAST FLOODING !(eth.dst[0]&1) && ip &&

2018-03-13 10:35:06 +0000 asked a question Nice filters

Nice filters I want to share with you this IMHO nice filters: UNICAST FLOODING !(eth.dst[0]&1) && ip &&

2018-03-13 08:10:00 +0000 asked a question Writing a post-dissector: can I get the mac-address of the capturing interface?

Writing a post-dissector: can I get the mac-address of the capturing interface? Hi, is there any variable or way to que