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I had hoped I could enter the (local) ip of the machine in the "filter:" box, but i'm just told that isn't valid.

asked 19 Oct '12, 08:05

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Thanks guys!

(21 Oct '12, 10:52) territ

ip.addr== is the filter you are looking for

BTW: Google / Wireshark Wiki / several other resources are your friends...

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answered 19 Oct '12, 08:17

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Or click the "Expression ..." button, choose your protocol (IP v4), then select the address field (ip.addr), then select the relation (==) then enter your value and click OK.

(19 Oct '12, 09:03) grahamb ♦
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