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Hi. I have to export the logs captured with wireshark and make a report of the traffic. There is some program that can i use to help me with this?.

Sorry for my English.

Thanks.

asked 26 Oct '15, 07:14

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Wireshark has some inbuilt reporting

Statistics -> Summary
Statistics -> Conversations
Statistics -> Protocol Hiearachy
Statistics -> IO Graphs <=== maybe the most usefull one for you !?!

So, if that is not sufficient, what kind of reporting are you looking for?

Regards
Kurt

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answered 26 Oct '15, 07:54

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That's useful but i need manipulate the extracted data to make graphics. i'm looking for some way to extract a plane text o .CSV, that i can open with excel.

(26 Oct '15, 08:11) buddhaa11

i have to do something like this

(26 Oct '15, 09:12) buddhaa11

Then you can use tshark to export informations from the capture file in a "text format", readable by a spreadsheet software.

What kind of information do you need?

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(26 Oct '15, 09:49) Kurt Knochner ♦

Oh sorry for that.

i need, ip Source, ip dest, bytes, protocol, service.

(26 Oct '15, 09:58) buddhaa11

Hm.. I'm unsure what you mean by "bytes", "protocol" and "service". Can you please post an example?

(26 Oct '15, 13:02) Kurt Knochner ♦
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