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how to view all frames who have delay for more than or less than 5 ms?

asked 13 May '13, 02:28

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kishan pandey
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You could try filtering on "frame.time_delta < 0.005" (or "> 0.005" respectively), but very often that is only giving you a list of frames that is too large and not really telling you anything. Especially in cases where one side (the client) is interactive you end up with tons of "long" delays due to user inactivity.

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answered 13 May '13, 02:33

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yes i tried frame.time_delta le 0.005 but the result is not accurate,it still showed some frames with value higher than filtered.

(13 May '13, 02:37) kishan pandey

do you have delta times displayed in one of your columns, and if so, do you use "Seconds since previous captured packet" or "Seconds since previous displayed packet"? If you used "displayed" packet you'll end up with larger delta times because the filter I mentioned works on captured frames. You can verify this by setting your column to "since previous captured frame" instead.

(13 May '13, 02:44) Jasper ♦♦

thankx jasper can we calculate udp latency with this summary details from wireshark which is total packet =201592 , avg packets/sec - 324.132 ,Avg.packet size - 1.47 mbits/s,time between 1st and last packet - 621 second. Thankx

(13 May '13, 02:44) kishan pandey

I would usually determine udp latency by looking at the time from request to response, but that is a tedious process to do that for all packets and the summary won't help with it.

(13 May '13, 02:51) Jasper ♦♦

but in our case it is just way traffic.

(13 May '13, 02:58) kishan pandey

great after changing to Seconds since previous captured packet it worked perfectly.Thanks a lot.

(13 May '13, 03:00) kishan pandey
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