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At this moment I can only assign a name to an IPv6 /128 address on the "hosts" file, what happens if I want to assign a name on Wireshark to a group of IPv6 based on the network /32, /48, /64, /112? Wireshark can do the capture and filter for IPv6 network, but it cannot assign a name to an specify network in IPv6 as we do with IPV4 using the "subnets" file? Any suggestion?.

asked 23 Oct '17, 14:08

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Currently there is no such thing. If you want to have this feature you can either file an enhancement bug or create a change yourself.

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answered 24 Oct '17, 04:29

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