Am I missing something or is there really no UTC option for the
I know you can get UTC time normally with "
and then programmatically adding the relative time to the first packet time gained in the first
But there has to be a better solution then this, right?
Does anyone know if you need wireshark or anything releated to wireshark (other than tshark) to use the call:
tshark.exe -r C:\Users\zmcpher\Desktop\1.pcap -o “gui.column.format:"UTC Time","%Aut"
This seems to do what I need - so Im hoping it will works with only tshark libraries.
asked 15 Mar ‘14, 10:18
edited 15 Mar ‘14, 11:53
You mean like one of these?:
answered 15 Mar '14, 11:29
This might help:
answered 11 Jul '16, 02:58
You could use something very similar to the answers I provided for these 2 questions:
In your case, add either "UTC date and time" or "UTC time" and name the column something like
answered 15 Mar '14, 11:25