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Hi, i am looking for configuration changes required to see TLS(version 1.2) when we are communicating with TCP. Is it possible on wireshark???

thanks Bhuvnesh

asked 02 Dec '16, 02:23

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Wireshark quite happily spots TLS 1.2, there should be no configuration required, unless the traffic is on a non-default port. In that case either use "Decode As ..." or set the preferences for the protocol carried in the TLS tunnel, e.g. for HTTP the "SSL/TLS Ports" preference.

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answered 02 Dec '16, 02:56

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I know about HTTP settings "HTTP the "SSL/TLS Ports" preference." but we are working communicating on TCP layer. for TCP i don't see any option in wireshark.

(02 Dec '16, 03:34) bhuvnesh

Is there a dissector for the protocol you are using in the TLS tunnel? If so, then configure that dissector, else you'll have to try "Decode As .."

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