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Hi all,

we have noticed that PLMN-ID 26601 is shown as "Gibtel GSM" However, this operator changed its name to "Gibtel". How can we request this change to be considered in next Wireshark release?

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asked 03 Apr '17, 01:24

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edited 04 Apr '17, 00:50

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Wireshark is using the E.212 list provided by ITU (the current development release is based on ITU operational bulletin No. 1111 - 1.XI.2016). If the name change was notified to ITU, then it will be reflected in Wireshark once I (or someone else) updates the ITU version.

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answered 03 Apr '17, 04:30

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Assuming that Number Portability Lookup tracks this list, this update already happened. So filing a bug is all that remains.

(03 Apr '17, 04:51) Jaap ♦

I went up to bulletin 1121 (April 1st, 2017) and it is not updated yet.

(03 Apr '17, 06:31) Pascal Quantin

Must have been changed after Operational Bulletin No. 1111 (1.XI.2016), the last one containing "Annexed List: Mobile Network Codes (MNC)".

(03 Apr '17, 08:16) Jaap ♦

File a bug report with https://bugs.wireshark.org/bugzilla/

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answered 03 Apr '17, 02:22

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