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is there a way to let Wireshark always decode a range of UDP ports as Radius? in radius potocol setting there is a way to add one alternate port only, also decode as menu configurations are not persistant and only applied in the current window.

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asked 07 Feb '11, 05:33

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Hi,

Just as a work around - if you know udp ports - you can select 1 packet in wireshark and decode it as radius. Did you try this? Did this work for you?

(15 Apr '11, 22:40) Vijay Gharge

This is not possible at the moment. If you really need this, then you would need to change the radius dissector to accept a range of ports in its preferences. You can either program this yourself, hire someone to do it for you or file an enhancement request on https://bugs.wireshark.org. In the latter case, you are not sure if and when it will be developed as someone needs to take an interest in your request.

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answered 07 Feb '11, 07:37

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Sorry for being a few years late but it will be fixed in a few next days. A proper fix sits in my GitHub's repository and will be submitted for the review very soon:

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answered 13 Aug '15, 11:46

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