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I have written a simple dissector plugin and now I would like to make port ranges configurable for the user. I have not found how to do this.

Is it possible to have user preferences for a dissector plugin?


asked 06 Feb '14, 03:29

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Sure, a number of the "standard" plugins do this, e.g. gryphon, mate, opcua, unistim, so you can look at what they do. Opcua is probably closest to what you want. I don't think preferences are any different for plugins as opposed to built-in dissectors.

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answered 06 Feb '14, 03:42

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edited 06 Feb '14, 03:43

Thanx, it's exactly what I need

(06 Feb '14, 04:08) michla

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