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5.8. The Packet Range frame

The packet range frame is a part of various output related dialog boxes. It provides options to select which packets should be processed by the output function.

Figure 5.18. The "Packet Range" frame

The "Packet Range" frame

If the Captured button is set (default), all packets from the selected rule will be processed. If the Displayed button is set, only the currently displayed packets are taken into account to the selected rule.

  • All packets will process all packets.

  • Selected packet only process only the selected packet.

  • Marked packets only process only the marked packets.

  • From first to last marked packet process the packets from the first to the last marked one.

  • Specify a packet range process a user specified range of packets, e.g. specifying 5,10-15,20- will process the packet number five, the packets from packet number ten to fifteen (inclusive) and every packet from number twenty to the end of the capture.


 
 
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