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Hi,

I have a system that consists in a server and several equipaments. The server does a polling through each equipment, communicating with them all the time to check if they are ok, and it has a 1000ms limit for timeout, if the equipment does not respond in 1000ms the server will disable the equipment.

I am losing communication with the equipments with no reason and only the timeout alarme.

I was wondering if I could use wireshark to measure the communication latency between the server and a specific Ip equipment to be sure of the timeout problem.

How can I measure the latency communication with Wireshark?

Thank You,

Rafael Braga Campello TV GLOBO [email protected] [email protected] +55 21 9 88730309 (mobile) +55 21 25403169 (office)

asked 01 May '14, 08:40

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Filter out the TCP stream, then look at the DELTA times to see the response delay.

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answered 01 May '14, 09:38

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Thank you very much Rooster_50. It worked fine as I needed.

(01 May '14, 14:08) campello

Hint: If a supplied answer resolves your question can you please "accept" it by clicking the checkmark icon next to it. This highlights good answers for the benefit of subsequent users with the same or similar questions.

(01 May '14, 15:12) Kurt Knochner ♦
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