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I'd like to know if there is an easy way to filter for Oracle Weblogic t3 traffic, which sits atop the Java RMI protocol.

I am losing heartbeat messages and experiencing various application timeouts. I have captured the traffic between the offending systems and would like to be able to determine if, for example, plackets are being sent but not received by the admin server.

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t3 is at the application layer and sits on top of tcp. Therefore you can filter t3 traffic just as you normally do with other tcp packets. for instance interface lo (127.0.0.1) and filter "tcp.stream eq 7001" (7001 is the default port for weblogic)

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