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Please help me to check this issue, Wireshark 2.0 64 bit (on windows server 2008 64bit) does not display RTP packets in VOIP call graph analysis.

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BUT If I use Wireshark 2 v.32 bit (on windows 7 32 bit), it can display full RTP packets.

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Thank you!

asked 24 Dec '15, 01:51

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edited 24 Dec '15, 02:23

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Be patient, the flow graphs are WiP, several bugs are open for that.

The "32-bit" picture is also not what it should be, each flow should be represented by a single fat arrow, not by a million ones.

(24 Dec '15, 02:25) sindy

Please show me how to solve this issue.

Thank you!

(24 Dec '15, 05:10) ConnieSmith

Are you sure that the second image RTP belongs to first image flow? First image flow ends 16:24:59 and the second image flow start at 16:39:18. If "fat arrows" more than one with the same timestamp it can be problem in switch configuration. You have to check if same packet appears more than once in dump.

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answered 28 Dec '15, 08:48

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edited 28 Dec '15, 08:57

I has the same problem, only i can see the SIP packet but the RTP packet no. I has windos 7 with Dell XPS L502X, 64bit. Please help to resolv this issues. thanks

(18 Apr '16, 15:24) MauricioGO

It may or may not be the same issue although it looks similar. In particular, it may be an issue of the flow graph or an issue of RTP identification based on SIP/SDP contents.

A link to your capture published somewhere at Cloudshark (preferred), Google drive, MS One Drive, ... would allow to see what is the actual reason, and to eventually file a bug if it is not one of already open ones.

(19 Apr '16, 05:43) sindy
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