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i could not find anything in preferences about it,

what purpose does it serve?

thanks

asked 04 Mar '17, 13:09

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It shows related packets. A solid line means that each packet is in the same conversation as the selected packet. You can disable it by going to Preferences → Advanced and searching for "related".

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answered 04 Mar '17, 13:22

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Great! Thank you Mr Gerald! This is amazing because i am new to this and was just watching this common talk session between you and Hansang Bae on youtube, wireshark looks so powerful :)

(04 Mar '17, 13:37) A_Bones

This vertical line is for a new feature (well, new with Wireshark 2.0 at least) called "Related Packets".

For a more in depth explanation, please refer to the "Introduction to Wireshark 2.0" w/Gerald Combs and Laura Chappell YouTube Video.

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answered 04 Mar '17, 13:34

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nice, thank you, i was just looking for tutorial videos and that channel seems full of them

(04 Mar '17, 13:41) A_Bones
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