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authorPascal Quantin <pascal.quantin@gmail.com>2014-12-27 23:15:41 +0100
committerPascal Quantin <pascal.quantin@gmail.com>2014-12-29 22:17:47 +0000
commit0d414e5d7fc6d466974bbc935c3543cb8f840f6c (patch)
tree4a5997891f437da623984be32bdd6bf04c697e8a /doc/tshark.pod
parent0905202c4e365873f65ffc3c9bcbd6681645404d (diff)
Add ability to follow UDP stream by index
-z "follow,udp" tshark cli command now supports a stream index It is now possible to select the UDP stream displayed in Qt GUI (like for TCP) Change-Id: Ia367f36ea4f60db0fddb997a7e0903c09e172f2d Reviewed-on: https://code.wireshark.org/review/6083 Reviewed-by: Pascal Quantin <pascal.quantin@gmail.com>
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@@ -974,23 +974,26 @@ sent by the second node is prefixed with a tab to differentiate it from the
data sent by the first node.
I<prot> specifies the transport protocol. It can be one of:
- B<tcp> TCP
- B<udp> UDP
- B<ssl> SSL
+
+ tcp TCP
+ udp UDP
+ ssl SSL
I<mode> specifies the output mode. It can be one of:
- B<ascii> ASCII output with dots for non-printable characters
- B<hex> Hexadecimal and ASCII data with offsets
- B<raw> Hexadecimal data
+
+ ascii ASCII output with dots for non-printable characters
+ hex Hexadecimal and ASCII data with offsets
+ raw Hexadecimal data
Since the output in B<ascii> mode may contain newlines, the length of each section
of output plus a newline precedes each section of output.
-I<filter> specifies the stream to be displayed. UDP streams are selected with
-IP address plus port pairs. TCP streams are selected with either the stream
-index or IP address plus port pairs. For example:
- B<ip-addr0>:B<port0>,B<ip-addr1>:B<port1>
- B<tcp-stream-index>
+I<filter> specifies the stream to be displayed. UDP/TCP streams are selected
+with either the stream index or IP address plus port pairs. SSL streams are
+selected with the stream index. For example:
+
+ ip-addr0:port0,ip-addr1:port1
+ stream-index
I<range> optionally specifies which "chunks" of the stream should be displayed.