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When transmitting video using RTP (H.264) over UDP, which is natural for SIP/H.323, it can be loss of some UDP datagrams. So it will be Sequnce Number of RTP of packet not equal Seq of previous packet + 1. It will be awesome if Wireshark can show, that it is incorrect SeqNum (frame lost). Curretly, it shows all the frames with same color. So I need to additionaly analyze the stream (I used Excel) for incorrect flow of SeqNum. Thanks!

asked 29 Aug '11, 08:44

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Костя Трушников
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Can the menu option Telephony|RTP|Stream analysis help here?

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answered 29 Aug '11, 14:23

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Many thanks! It's exactly what I was searching for.

(30 Aug '11, 00:25) Костя Трушников

I converted your "answer" to a "comment", please see the FAQ for details. Also please accept Jaap's answer by clicking on the checkmark on the left, this way the question will not appear on the "unanswered" question list anymore.

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