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Will Wireshark differentiate RFC 4733 from 2833 events? I know 4733 obsoletes 2833, but does 4733 still display as 2833?

asked 07 Dec '12, 08:08

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It looks like the code in Wireshar to dissect rtp events is very basic and that RFC 4733 extends RFC 2833 so Wireshark will dissect RFC 4733 rtp_events as RFC 2833 but none of the extensions.

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answered 07 Dec '12, 08:40

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P.S It looks like the RFC is backwards compatible e.g it will be possible to extend the dissector to handle RFC 4733.

(07 Dec '12, 08:41) Anders ♦
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