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Is there a way to display packet captures on the web so to make them look like so? I mean like some sort of plugin that can read a file (XML maybe) and display expandable sections on the web page like you have in Wireshark when a packet is selected, to see each layer's information?

The closest thing I can think of to illustrate, is source code style sheets that make Java class files look like source code in an IDE. Something like this, but obviously feeding from sniffer data:

Thanks in advance,

Jose Mendez

asked 06 Dec '10, 04:36

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