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Hi all, I have an Interworking Function Gateway that does V4 to V6 conversions. Basically one side of the call comes in v4 and the IWF converts to v6 and sends the packet out the other side. I am getting complaints of packet loss at RTCP. I have taken a capture on both the ingress and egress side, so I have the v4 and v6 capture side. What I want to do is compare the two side by side to see what packet loss I have at RTCP. In theory I should have a 1 for 1 packet count - v4 packet in, and v6 packet out. Is there something unique in the v4 packet and the v6 packet that would "tie" the two together so I know which v4 packet goes to which v6 packet?

asked 30 Aug '16, 09:26

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Why don't you try to match up the time stamps in the RTCP Sender reports. You can apply the time stamps as a column to quickly match them up.

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answered 30 Aug '16, 21:39

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