I'm a troubleshooter on GSM/UMTS networks working as a contractor for a major telecommunications manufacturer. I'm also a developer of Wireshark, usually "seen" as LEGO (which is a four letter acronym of my entire name: Luis Enrique Garcia Ontañón). In the past I've been an electrician, a pre-press specialist, a system administrator of a (very) small ISP, even an Operations "Manager" for a Mobile Operator. (Please note that I managed only machines... besides those I can barely manage myself ).
My e-mail is <firstname.lastname@example.org> . Please, do not contact me for issues regarding Wireshark development send your queries/suggestions to email@example.com instead.
I been a Wireshark contributor since 2003. As a Wireshark developer My principal contributions are:
SIGTRAN/UMTS/GSM enhancements, my "normal" job
display filter flexibility, my personal obsession
an XML dissector that uses DTDs to create filter fields for XML documents
RADIUS dictionary support to create field filters for filtering the values of AVPS
DIAMETER dictionary support, twice like above
SNMP SMI based filtering, that create field filters from MIBs for filtering the values of SNMP variables and indexes
- User Enhancement additions,
- Other things
- Things that only developers use
I followed RonnieSahlberg when he created emem by writing the ep_ and se_ helpers (ep_strdup, se_strdup_printf, ep_memdup, etc.)
- UATs user editable tables for user preferences
lego's portrait by Paolo Maddaleni