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I did a packet capture on our gateway on the VoIP interface (we're having issues).

I was able to play the voip calls successfully using telephony -> voip calls -> player -> decode etc. I left my computer for a little while and went back to play the calls again from the same pcap file. Now it's showing that the files are 100% out of sequence and the timestamps are all incorrect. These are the same calls I was successfully able to playback not 20 mins prior. The pcap has not been changed in any way. Has anyone experienced this?

asked 26 Oct '14, 14:16

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(26 Oct '14, 15:29) Kurt Knochner ♦

Win 7 x64 WS 1.8.2 x64 WinPCap 4.1.3

(26 Oct '14, 15:31) bitskrieg

There have been issues with the RTP player. Please upgrade Wireshark to the latest version (currently 1.12.1) and then check if the problem is still there.


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answered 26 Oct '14, 15:34

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Kurt Knochner ♦
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Tried that, when I update to 1.12.1 it doesn't even detect my ULAW streams correctly, only the g.729 ones. Anything higher than 1.8.2 doesn't find g.711 conversations (for me anyway).

(26 Oct '14, 15:40) bitskrieg
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