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Hi All,

I am new to wireshark , recently started . I am trying to measure the bandwidth between two hosts which uses tcp connection. I want it to be displayed graphically and it should be dynamic( display contiously throught the connection).

Is there any option for this to get it done ? .

Best Regards, yash

asked 30 May '12, 04:18

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You could just use the I/O Graph (statistics menu). If you put in a filter for the according tcp session in one of the filter edit boxes you can have it track just that one session, even while it is still being captured. A filter for a tcp session is usually either created by filtering on IPs and ports of both nodes, or by using the tcp stream index.

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answered 30 May '12, 04:33

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