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In my particular case, someone has been sending a gzip file in 1024-byte increments via data in ICMP (ping). Wireshark doesn't seem to have an option to join all those data together, and export to a file. What's the best way to do this?

asked 27 Sep '15, 20:10

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(28 Sep '15, 04:19) Christian_R

What's the best way to do this?

scripting with tshark or a TAP with Lua.


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answered 28 Sep '15, 01:11

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