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C.2. Packet Details Messages

These messages might appear in the packet details.

C.2.1. [Response in frame: 123]

The current packet is the request of a detected request/response pair. You can directly jump to the corresponding response packet just by double clicking on this message.

C.2.2. [Request in frame: 123]

Same as "Response in frame: 123" above, but the other way round.

C.2.3. [Time from request: 0.123 seconds]

The time between the request and the response packets.

C.2.4. [Stream setup by PROTOCOL (frame 123)]

The session control protocol (SDP, H225, etc) message which signaled the creation of this session. You can directly jump to the corresponding packet just by double clicking on this message.


 
 
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