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How can I write a filter to get tcp sequence number inconsistency?

I am using WireShark 1.12 and I am trying to filter SYN , SYN/ACK , ACK by inconsistencies. Would anyone know how to write a filter for this version? Currently I am using this: tcp.ack & tcp.seq ...
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How do I get statistics on HTTP traffic from Wireshark? [closed]

I have captured traffic with dumpcap and filtered http only with Wireshark. I want to see statistics about that http traffic. For example: requests grouped by method and URL, ordered by number of ...
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Can firewall block packets visible in Wireshark?

Wireshark shows that an RTP package is received on a PC. Is it possible that despite detection by Wireshark, something (firewall?) is still prevent the application listening to the required port on ...
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Why is Wireshark not capturing certain POST requests?

If I use this filter in Wireshark: http.request.method == "POST" and use the vote buttons to vote for a stack exchange question, then Wireshark captures the corresponding POST request. I can also see ...
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RTP analysis - Discerning ptime (packetization time) for a given VoIP packet capture

I would like some help on the subject of an automated way of discerning the average packetization time (ptime) of a VoIP call's packet capture. The reason I am not depending on the value in the SDP ...
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Is it possible to mimic the client of a https web service

There is such a windows application that communications with the server through https protocol, it is an auction tool and works only several hours per month. I have captured network packets (by ...
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Why am I seeing prefixed/duplicated packets coming from a comcast device?

I'm looking at traffic my CPE from Comcast in Wireshark, and for every packet, there is an additional packet that is the exact same, except for 4 additional bytes at the beginning of the frame (...
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See historical packet receipt statistics in Windows

I know this is a long shot, but it would be really useful to me right now. Does anyone know of a Windows function or 3rd party tool that can show stats about the receipt of packets on a network ...
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Can I use tshark to write SSL-decrypted packets to a file?

I have a PCAP file containing SSL-encrypted HTTP traffic and the private key from the relevant web server. I'd like a PCAP file that contains the decrypted HTTP traffic to feed into a different tool. ...
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Intermittent switch failure and data flooding, hardware capacity?

We are using a switch (ZIO-SW500) connected to the building main network and we suffers from intermittent network halt. Normally the network works well. But, sometimes traffic designated to other ...
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SIP INVITE packet has WAN address rather than call manager LAN IP

I am using SIP between two subnets (192.168.3.0/24 and 192.168.30.0/24) each connected via VPN. I have a call server on 192.168.3.100, and two phones 192.168.30.118 (Ext. 3128) and 192.168.30.119 (...
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how to sniff from a remote machine? [closed]

I have a PC and a tablet that connected to a TP-Link ADSL modem. PROBLEM: I want to see the packets that send and receive from my modem not my PC( to see both wire and wireless packets) I search ...
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Wireshark TCP Window Size Value

I am debugging an application with Wireshark and watching the TCP Window Size value shrink on one side of the communication. If the packet's TCP section shows a "Window size value: 1", does that mean ...
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Packets returning but traceroute fails

I get this output from traceroute: #traceroute -i eth1 -s 192.168.12.14 192.168.1.72 1 192.168.12.1 (192.168.12.1) 1.410 ms 2.076 ms 2.251 ms 2 * * * 3 * * * etc.. But in another terminal I ...
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block all packets in windows 7 (so nothing appears in wireshark)? Can anything locally installed do it?

is it possible to block all packets in windows 7, so that nothing appears in wireshark? I have tried choosing Block all for incoming. for outgoing, I see it has no block all option, just a block ...
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ZyXel ES-2024 - Mirrored port showing duplicated traffic

I have a ZyXel ES-2024 PWD switch. I would like a computer plugged into port 26 to see all traffic that passes through port 2, both inbound and outbound. I have configured port mirroring for the ...
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replay decrypted ssl traffic with tcpreplay

I have an pcap format from some https traffic from one of my web-servers. So I can use the key from my webserver to decrypt the traffic in wireshark. The problem I'm now facing is that I can't get an ...
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Need help understanding capturing from Wireshark?

I am having issues with my FTP servers. Connecting, sending and receiving fail sometimes, and it is not consistent. I manage to capture and filter by IP the packets, I just need pointers on what can ...
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Wireshark seems to ignore my filters

I'm trying to make use of Wireshark 1.10.6 for Windows and I want to only capture the traffic to port 443 (to diagnose some weird HTTPS problems I'm having). So I open Capture -> Capture Filters... ...
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Understand wireshark capture for ssh key exchange [closed]

I need to understand SSH key exchange, I have tried to read RFC document but it seems very difficult to understand so I have captured packets using wireshark ,I found various packets for ssh ...
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EC2 hosting, trying to understand network security model

We are hosting few virtual machines at amazon. Security groups and other configurations are set up to allow access only from desired addresses and to desired parties. The machines do talk with each ...
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ISP broadcasting all IP-packets, so I can see traffic of other clients from ISP

Recently I wondered why my router shows a constant downstream of 5 MBit/s, while I am downloading almost no data. I discovered the "packet logging" function of my router, with which I was able to log ...
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How can I get a list of the ports that Wireshark knows?

When I need to choose a new port to use (internal to an organisation) I used to look in /etc/services. This is no longer sufficient, as Wireshark knows about many other ports that are not in /etc/...
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Can I capture ISP SNMP information with Wireshark?

I am trying to do some heavy digging into SNMP, BPI+, ISP networks. Since wireshark can be used to capture network data, would I be able to use it to remotely capture my ISP SNMP agent information and ...
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Linux unfriendly IIS/ASP.NET :-) : Quick download on windows but slow on linux [closed]

This particular web site (gops.tay.be) serves objects quick if I try to request the page using windows, but I get them very slow if trying using linux. There is no difference if I use browser or curl: ...
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How can I create a packet capture file on a headless server for a single process?

I'm writing a python script on a headless server, and I'd like to see the packet capture output for the script. I can't run ettercap or Wireshark on the server as there is too much other noise (...
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Strange Ethernet II packets in wireshark

Looking at a wireshark capture, I'm seeing something really strange. Ethernet II packets with random data are being sent on the network. The larger packets in the capture seem to contain bits and ...
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Occasional Delay on Website Resources: Packet Loss Due to Bandwidth Cap?

My website loads more slowly than I think it should, due to a few of the assets taking an absurdly long time to download from the server. I've been trying to track down the cause of this. I'm about 95%...
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How to monitor all network traffic [closed]

I have installled wireshark on my server but can only monitor traffic through the local nic but all network traffic does not go through the server. I would like to monitor all network traffic. Are ...
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Wireshark - Capture syslog traffic form local workstation

I am using wireshark version 1.10.3 on windows 7 x64 enterprise. I am trying to capture all outbound UDP traffic, in particular syslog traffic. I have tried a capture filter UDP, but all I can see ...
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Network card capable of capturing a tonne of packets and not dropping them?

Edit: Our server is trying to capture packets at between 500-600Mb/s, but is dropping packets 'due to kernel'. Data is being written to SSDs, and isn't bottleneck there. What things should I look ...
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How to block own rpcap traffic where tshark is running?

Platform :- Fedora 13 32-bit machine RemoteMachine$ ./rpcapd -n ClientMachine$ tshark -w "filename" -i "any interface name" As soon as capture starts without any capture filter, thousands of ...
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NFSv3 Asynchronous Write Depends on Block Size?

I am trying to figure out if my NFSv3 deployment is performing SAFE asynchronous writes. I suspect that it is doing strictly synchronous writes, as I am getting poor performance in general. I used ...
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“tshark: There are no interfaces on which a capture can be done” in Amazon Linux AMI

My goal is to capture packets with tshark in Amazon Linux AMI. While typing tshark in the command line there's an error: "tshark: There are no interfaces on which a capture can be done" How to ...
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How can I measure the cumulative network usage of a process, from execution beginning to end

I want to measure how much bandwidth git pull uses, preferably by prefixing git command with desired program, i.e. nettally git pull Alternatively, is there some sneaky way to accumulate nethogs / ...
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Wireshark filtering-trying to filter out my own local ip

i'm trying to filter out my ip address(local address) "192.168.5.22" I used "ip.src != 192.168.5.22|| ip.dst !=192.168.5.22"(without quotes) and I keep seeing my address pop up im in a heavy traffic ...
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Wireshark not found after installing RHEL 5.5 [closed]

After installing Wireshark in RHEL 5.5 (32bit) with following command: yum install wireshark Wireshark not found: [root@localhost ~]# wireshark bash: wireshark: command not found What ...
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server sending hpoms-dps-lstn packets to unknown IP

I have a server running pacemaker with corosync and some standard services as mails, web, ssh... When I run wireshard in my network I keep getting those packets that my server is sending to the IP ...
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Excessive 'TCP Dup ACK' & 'TCP Fast Retransmission' causing issues on network. What's causing this?

I'm getting excessive TCP Dup ACK and TCP Fast Retransmission on our network when I transfer files over the MetroEthernet link. The two sites are connected by one sonicwall router, so the sites are ...
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tshark duration of a conversation for a ip address

i can retrieve the follow info from a .pcap : ================================================================================ IPv4 Conversations Filter:ip.addr==1xx.1xx.0.1xx ...
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Wireshark - Difference between fixed parameters and tagged parameters

I'm new to Wireshark. I'd like to know what are fixed and tagged parameters and the difference between them. Web search didn't help. Kindly explain it to me in simple terms.
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trace ftp file data in wireshark

I am trying to analyze ftp traffic in Wireshark. I can see commands like Request: List, PORT. But after FTP Response 150: Opening data channel for directory list. what I see immediately is ...
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Can Wireshark capture an entire Ethernet frame including preamble, CRC and Interframe spacing?

I am examining an Ethernet frame in Wireshark. According to the "Ethernet frame" Wikipedia article and accompanying diagrams, "A frame starts with a 7-octet preamble and 1-octet start frame delimiter (...
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Incoming Outgoing Packets Wireshark

Is there a way to have a column or a filter that marks each packet as incoming (download) or outgoing (upload) in Wireshark? I guess this should be relative to the selected capture interface device.
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Source and Destination Packets on Wireshark Relative or Absolute?

New in Packet Analysis. Sniffing on the Ethernet device of my computer. Does the Source and Destination columns on Wireshark tell the source and destination from where the packet was originated and ...
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How to parse OpenFlow packets using tcpdump capture file programmatically

I am working with OpenFlow packets and am analyzing the network via tcpdump. Currently, I use the WireShark GUI to parse the generated capture file and it does serve my need. However, I was ...
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tcpdump capturing tcp resets by host

I am trying to figure out where my tcp resets on my webserver happen. I have the following capture: tcpdump -fnni bond0:-nnvvS -w dump.pcap 'tcp[tcpflags] & (tcp-rst) !=0' When I look at the ...
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Why does WireShark think this frame is a TCP segment of a reassembled PDU

Please find a small pcap file here illustrating my problem. I have a three-way TCP handshake, followed by two FIX logons. (FIX is a protocol used in trading.) The first FIX logon (frame 4) is ...
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While analyzing a network interface using WireShark, which device's timestamp is recorded?

OK, this may seem trivial but due to the nature of testing required for my application, I need to get precise timestamps. I am using WireShark to analyze packets. Suppose I have a network with 2 ...
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Wireshark running on a server seeing lots of `ARP who has` with different tells

We're seeing some suspicious network activity, and when I was trying to see if it was one particular server of ours I ran a Wireshark trace. I noted a lot of ARP packets asking who has x.x.x.x, but ...