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Hello everybody,

I am currently working on an AMQP pusblisher implementation and I am a bit confused. According to the specification of the protocol (http://www.amqp.org/sites/amqp.org/files/amqp.pdf), an AMQP value can also be a list. However, when I use a list as content of the AMQP value, Wireshark gives me the following error: Unexpected list type at frame position 28 of field "AMQP Value".

Therefore I would like to ask whether there is a known bug in the Wireshark dissector of the AMQP protocol. Note: my AMQP test subscriber from QPID is able to decode the sent message correctly.

Thank you for your reply in advance.

Best regards, Mario

asked 22 Feb '17, 06:29

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What Wireshark version?

(22 Feb '17, 09:53) grahamb ♦

Wireshark bugs are held in Bugzilla, so if it is known it will be listed there.

If you can't see a bug entry for the issue, please raise one attaching a capture that illustrates the problem.

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answered 22 Feb '17, 09:53

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