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hi guys,i am trying to decode rtcp app data using my own dissector can anyone suggest how to proceed?

asked 18 Feb '17, 01:31

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There's this dissector table called rtcp.app.name which you can register to with your application name. Then your registered handler will be called with a TVB containing the APP option data. Look at the packet-rtcp.c dissector code for details.

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answered 18 Feb '17, 06:14

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thank you for answering..but i have the same app name for all the subtypes.,can i decode based on subtype also?

(18 Feb '17, 10:33) lucky15

In fact you're getting the whole APP packet, not just the application data contained within. So the subtype is in there as well.

(19 Feb '17, 02:11) Jaap ♦
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