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Has this possibility been removed? I think in previous versions it was possible to do the following filter: "snmp.ObjectName == ..." However, this is not supported. Also snmp.value.oid does not support the == operator. What is wrong here?

asked 12 Jul '12, 05:28

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snmp.ObjectName may have changed. I can find snmp.name in Wireshark 1.8.0.

Both (snmp.name and snmp.value.oid) do work on my system (Win7_64) with Wireshark 1.8.0. I can apply filters (== and contains). I do get the expected result.

Can you please add more details (your wireshark version, system, error messages).

Regards
Kurt

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answered 12 Jul '12, 07:50

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edited 12 Jul '12, 07:51

Hi Kurt! For instance "snmp.name == 1.3.6.1.2.1.1.2.0" does the trick, thanks. However, snmp.value.oid does not return any results. Yes my system configuration is the exact same as yours. Have a nice summer!

(13 Jul '12, 00:51) gubbanoa
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