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Please i am a research student, i am working on the data collected from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) ( ftp://ftp.bro-ids.org/enterprise-traces/hdr-traces05/ ) and i am using Wireshark network analyzer for the analysis, but for i not being conversant with the network protocols, i am having challenges in understanding the normal behaviour of the network protocols. This lead me into asking the the following question in order to help me continue in my research work. By looking at Conversation Statistics in Wireshark,

  1. What is the minimum and maximum amount of packets and bytes that can be sent within a specific time frame?
  2. And finally what is the number of addresses from the same port (A or B) that can be permitted to engage in communication at the same time frame ?

Please i am a beginner and so my question might not seem professional, but i will be glad if i receive an answer to the above questions. Thanks and God bless you all

asked 13 Apr '17, 05:23

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