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I started a capture and visited a couple of websites.

I need to use a filter expression to only view traffic from one of the websites visited.

I'm not sure how to do this.

Any help?

asked 08 Nov '14, 09:57

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There are more ways to do it:

  • Get the ip address of the webserver (e.g. 'ping www.wireshark.org') and use the display filter 'ip.addr==looked-up-ip-address' or
  • Use the filter 'http.host==www.wireshark.com' to get the POST/GET request followed by 'Follow TCP stream' to get the complete TCP session.
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answered 11 Nov '14, 06:59

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