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Hi,

So this is similar to http://ask.wireshark.org/questions/6294/using-wireshark-to-debug-http-traffic-on-a-non-standard-port and http://ask.wireshark.org/questions/12360/mapping-a-well-known-protocol-to-a-custom-port.

The difference is, I don't have one or two ports that I would like to add as HTTP. I need to add a range, something like 8000-26000.

Is this possible?

asked 21 Mar '13, 08:53

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I just tried and it works.

To answer my own question:

In Wireshark do:

Edit -> Preferences -> Protocols -> HTTP

TCP Ports:

80,3128,3132,5985,11371,1900,2869,2710,8000-26000

And now for example, a request sent to my webserver on port 19620 is properly marked as HTTP.

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answered 21 Mar '13, 08:57

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edited 21 Mar '13, 08:57

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