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Wireshark looks good is there any thing that can give a graphical view like Visual Round Trip Analyzer where it shows the number of packets/requests per port?

I am ok if some one can tell me if the data from Wireshark can be used to get such a result.

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HTTP traffic: You need the Net tab in Firebug. See the firebug Network docs for details

General traffic observation: use

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but that only pickup http request i need to pickup UDP and tcp traffice – kumar Jun 19 '12 at 12:09
what problem are you solving with this information? – Mike Pennington Jun 19 '12 at 12:18
i just need to monitor the traffic coming to the system and through what ports what request are coming – kumar Jun 19 '12 at 13:15
please see my update – Mike Pennington Jun 19 '12 at 13:48

Does Statistics→Conversations or Statistics→Endpoints do what you need? You can list addresses, ports, packet counts and byte counts for various protocols. The Endpoints tables also support GeoIP with some additional configuration. You can dump the same information out on the command line using TShark via the −z conv flags.

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