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Hi everyone,

We have a program like telnet, the wireshark installation is on the host machine. ¿How I can monitor the client and how I can filter this connections (client to host) to know then a network or program disconnect from the host server?

I ready tryed with tcp.flags.reset==1 or tcp.flags.fin==1 but this is not usefull to me, i'm looking a way to get more deep info like what port the client app opens to the host server, etc.

Another thing related is how i can simply detect a network disconnect.

Hope you can understand what i'm trying to say.

Thanks.

asked 18 Jun '12, 04:08

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I ready tryed with tcp.flags.reset==1 or tcp.flags.fin==1 but this is not usefull to me,

why is that not usefull for you?

Did you try to combine those filters with the port number?

tcp.port == 1234 and (tcp.flags.reset==1 or tcp.flags.fin==1)

where 1234 is the port of your application on the server.

Regards
Kurt

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answered 18 Jun '12, 05:01

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edited 18 Jun '12, 05:03

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