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How to read a throughput graph in Wireshark? I don't understand at all. This is example my throughput graph.

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Were's your example graph?

(07 Feb '11, 05:05) Jaap ♦

It's just a plot of bytes per second over time. It's a snapshot of throughput at a particular instance.. Stevens graph (more useful IMO) is a plot of number of bytes being transferred over time.

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