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Is there a filter or a way to filter a complete sequence of tcp full sequence of connection establishment, connection termination, and data transfer?
I want to display all packets belonging to a TCP session

asked 10 Apr '14, 09:16

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edited 10 Apr '14, 10:01

I'd suggest a right-click on any packet ot the tcp session and then a "Follow TCP Stream" which translates to a " eq n" with n being an index number of the tcp session in the packet capture. Not sure if I understood your question correctly though.

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answered 10 Apr '14, 09:52

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I want to display all packets belonging to a TCP session

(10 Apr '14, 10:01) Ibrahim

... and did the above answer NOT do what you wanted to achieve?

(10 Apr '14, 10:27) mrEEde

U could try by filtering the Source Port and Destination Port along with the MACs...

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answered 18 Jul '16, 22:36

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edited 18 Jul '16, 22:37

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