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I've got a pcap for a webpage loading and I want to match the HTTP requests to TCP conversations

The HTTP requests have a cookie that's larger than the TCP segment size and I want to check whether the client is waiting for an ACK before sending the rest of the HTTP request.

Can anyone advise how I do this or point me at a tutorial for it?

EDIT

OK made some progress, by finding the tcp.stream and filtering on it I can see all the packets on that stream.

asked 16 Nov '12, 08:16

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Andy Davies
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edited 16 Nov '12, 08:33

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