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Is it possible to relate an usbmonX interface in Linux to a certain physical USB-interface on the host machine, with Wireshark? So you could say that packets Y (something like that):

27  6.062927000 3.3 host    USB 79  URB_INTERRUPT in
28  6.062979000 host    3.3 USB 64  URB_INTERRUPT in

...were captured from the USB interface Z.

I mean, while opening the interface overview and e.g. moving the mouse, I can see the packets increasing on usbmonX. But is it also possible to see the correlation between physical port and packets live by examining the dump?

Thanks!

asked 21 Aug '14, 14:11

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