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Hey everyone, Im trying to figure out a way to get the percentage of TCP traffic to total traffic from a capture. Ive been trying to do it with tcpdump or tcpstat or wireshark but I`m at a loss with how to do it.

asked 19 May '14, 12:59

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edited 19 May '14, 12:59


Load the capture file in Wireshark and apply "tcp" as a display filter. Look in the status bar, and Wireshark will show the number of displayed packets, and also the displayed packets as a percentage of the total number of packets.

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answered 19 May '14, 13:28

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Take a look at this

Statistics -> Protocol Hierarchy

Regards
Kurt

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answered 19 May '14, 14:51

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