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Hi Folks,

can someone please tell me where I'm going wrong with the IO graph please? I know I've got to be doing something wrong, most likely something obvious. I'm trying to graph tcp.time_delta, something I was able to do in a previous version of Wireshark but when I apply the filter in the IO graph in WS 2.2.4 nothing appears in the graph. The graph parameters accept my input and even the legend shows the tcp.time_delta MIN, MAX and AVG as display reference but there is no visibility of the tcp.time_delta in the graph any where. please see example below of my filters etc. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

thanks Ciaran

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asked 01 Feb '17, 09:14

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I think it may be an issue with the scale of your graph. When I just tried your filters on a small capture I have of a single SSH session I get graphs of everything, but the range of values is quite large with most of them between abut 500 and 10^6. Have you tried a log scale to see if that helps?

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answered 01 Feb '17, 10:18

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you hit the nail on the head. the file was too big I tried the same graph on another file and they worked as expected.

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(10 Feb '17, 09:16) Ciag
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