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asked 12 Mar '13, 20:50

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Set your time display format to "Seconds Since Beginning of Capture." (View > Time Display Format > Seconds Since Beginning of Capture.) In the Packet List pane, right-click on the packet with the GET request, and select "Set Time Reference." You will see "*REF*" in the Time column.

Now select the packet with the reply. The value in the Time column is the elapsed time between those two packets.

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answered 12 Mar '13, 21:32

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Or use the latest development version of Wireshark (a buildbot build or the recently-released 1.9.1): with that Wireshark will calculate these things for you (thanks to bug 8287).

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answered 13 Mar '13, 07:38

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Hey, Use Jmeter.. Its a good tool for any HTTP XML/JSON testes.. Automation is easy once you learn it

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answered 21 Mar '13, 06:23

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