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The HTTP2 dissector is partially functional (Support HPACK but missing continuation frame support...)

TODO: the above was true for 1.12, what about 2.0?
ChangeLog:
 * Wireshark 1.12 - initial support
 * Wireshark 2.0 - initial HPACK support (header decompression)
 * Wireshark 2.4 - header decompression support now requires external nghttp2 package (true for official Windows/macOS builds).
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 * [[attachment:Sample of HTTP2 (draft-14)]]
Need to use Decode as HTTP2
 * [[attachment:Sample of HTTP2 (draft-14)]] (Need to use Decode as HTTP2)
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On the [[SampleCaptures]] page, there is also http2-16-ssl.pcapng containing a HTTP2 (draft 16) over SSL capture (with keys). On the [[SampleCaptures]] page, there is also http2-16-ssl.pcapng containing a HTTP2 (draft 16) over SSL capture (with keys) and a link to a TLS 1.3 HTTP/2 capture.

Hypertext Transfer Protocol version 2 (HTTP2)

Protocol dependencies

  • TCP: Typically, HTTP2 uses TCP as its transport protocol. The well known TCP port for HTTP2 traffic is 443 (and 80).

Wireshark

ChangeLog:

  • Wireshark 1.12 - initial support
  • Wireshark 2.0 - initial HPACK support (header decompression)
  • Wireshark 2.4 - header decompression support now requires external nghttp2 package (true for official Windows/macOS builds).

Example capture file

Sample of HTTP2 (draft14) using nghttp2

screen_HTTP2_draft14.png

On the SampleCaptures page, there is also http2-16-ssl.pcapng containing a HTTP2 (draft 16) over SSL capture (with keys) and a link to a TLS 1.3 HTTP/2 capture.

Display Filter

A complete list of HTTP2 display filter fields can be found in the display filter reference

  • Show only the HTTP2 based traffic: http2

Capture Filter

You cannot directly filter HTTP2 protocols while capturing. However, if you know the TCP port used (see above), you can filter on that one.

  • Capture only the HTTP2 traffic over the default port (443):

     tcp port 443 

Discussion

HTTP2 (last edited 2017-11-13 22:51:35 by PeterWu)