UDP is only a thin layer, and provides not much more than the described UDP port multiplexing.
Are you looking for Lightweight UDP? Then visit UDP-Lite.
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- IP: Typically, UDP uses IP as its underlying protocol. The assigned protocol number for UDP on IP is 17.
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The UDP dissector is fully functional.
There are two statistical menu items for UDP available: Statistics/Endpoints which contains a tab showing all UDP endpoints (combination of IP address and UDP port) and Statistics/Conversations, which contains a tab showing all UDP conversations (combination of two endpoints).
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A complete list of UDP display filter fields can be found in the display filter reference
Show only the UDP based traffic:
Capture only the UDP based traffic:
- RFC768 User Datagram Protocol
Imported from https://wiki.wireshark.org/User_Datagram_Protocol on 2020-08-11 23:27:09 UTC