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I have an Allworx VoIP PBX in the PBX there is a tool section that allows me to capture SIP Messages and save it as a TXT file. I can view the TXT file with notepad. Is there a way with wireshark to just filter this so I see only the one call I would like to look at so its not so confusing on trying to follow the call mainly I am looking to see if its my PBX or provider sending the BYE msg.

asked 23 Mar '13, 08:56

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Hi, No wireshark can't read a pure text file. But in your text file search for the number/sip-uri you need, find the call-id of the INVITE then find the packets based on that.

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answered 23 Mar '13, 09:30

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