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When using tshark command option –z rtp,streams should it detect packet loss as indicated in the thsark html description for –z rtp,streams.

-z rtp,streams Collect statistics for all RTP streams and calculate max. delta, max. and mean jitter and packet loss percentages If I force RTP holes using network tools the belwo command still returns 0 packet loss but clearly displays time deltas and jitter.

tshark –i 3 –q –d udp.port==7534 –z rtp,streams

If I force RTP holes using network tools the below command still returns 0 packet loss, clearly displays time deltas and jitter but if I open test.pcap in Wireshark,decode as RTP and run RTP analysis it shows sequence errors.

tshark –i 3 –q –d udp.port==7534 –z rtp,streams –w test.pcap

Is there any tshark commands that will summarize rtp sequence errors similar to Wireshark RTP analysis?

asked 03 Jul '14, 14:09

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