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I want to know , if I have a captured traffic file for a day, how can reach the statistics of

MAXIMUM CONCURRENT TCP CONNECTIONS
MAXIMUM TCP CONNECTIONS PER SECOND
MAXIMUM HTTP CONNECTIONS PER SECOND
MAXIMUM HTTP TRANSACTIONS PER SECOND

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MAXIMUM CONCURRENT TCP CONNECTIONS

Not that easy to count in Wireshark, as there is no such functionality

MAXIMUM TCP CONNECTIONS PER SECOND

Take a look at IO graphs: Statistics -> IO Graph. Count the packet rate with SYN flags (Filter: tcp.flags eq 0x02). This will actually show connection attempts. If a connection fails (no SYN-ACK), it will be counted as well, but for 'statistics' this shouldn't be a problem.

MAXIMUM HTTP CONNECTIONS PER SECOND

Same as TCP CONNECTIONS PER SECOND, just for port 80 (Filter: tcp.port eq 80)

MAXIMUM HTTP TRANSACTIONS PER SECOND

Please define what a HTTP transaction is in your environment.

Regards
Kurt

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