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Hello, I have some AVPs missing (unknown) on Wireshark (Windows). I downloaded from there: The dictionary.xml file contains the AVP I need (1074, 1075, 1081, 1082), overwrite the old one, but still wireshark show me these AVPs as unknown. Do I miss something?

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asked 12 Feb '16, 03:01

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edited 12 Feb '16, 06:14

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Adding what I seen on wireshark:

(12 Feb '16, 03:22) Lucas Rey

Hi, I'm not sure what you mean by "The dictionary.xml file contains the AVP I need" if I look at the file you refere to AVP 1082 is for 3GPP where as the screenshot shows an Ericsson AVP so that XML file will not translate an Ericsson AVP. If you know the the format of Ericsson AVP 1082 you should add it in the file Ericsson.xml with vendor id Ericsson.

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answered 12 Feb '16, 05:51

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I'd also suggest that if you do know the format of the AVPs you should also submit them to Wireshark for inclusion. That way you won't have to re-add them to the XML file every time you upgrade Wireshark.

If git and Gerrit look too daunting you could always just attach your patch (changes) to a bug report.

(12 Feb '16, 06:14) JeffMorriss ♦
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