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Is there to way to get successful vs unsuccessful calls in a given pcap using tshark command line? I am using the example below and get some stats, but would need more. Also, no matter which pcap I use, the average set up is always showing up as 0, what am i missing?(there are definitely a lot of successfull calls in the files i am reading)

tshark -r sharktest.pcap -q -z sip,stat

===================================================================
SIP Statistics

Number of SIP messages: 28
Number of resent SIP messages: 25

* SIP Status Codes in reply packets
  SIP 200 OK              :    12 Packets

* List of SIP Request methods
  INVITE          :     4 Packets
  BYE             :    12 Packets

* Average setup time 0 ms
 Min 0 ms
 Max 0 ms

asked 14 Nov '13, 13:44

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edited 14 Nov '13, 14:58

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