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3.18. The "Packet Bytes" pane

The packet bytes pane shows the data of the current packet (selected in the "Packet List" pane) in a hexdump style.

Figure 3.15. The "Packet Bytes" pane

The "Packet Bytes" pane

As usual for a hexdump, the left side shows the offset in the packet data, in the middle the packet data is shown in a hexadecimal representation and on the right the corresponding ASCII characters (or . if not appropriate) are displayed.

Depending on the packet data, sometimes more than one page is available, e.g. when Wireshark has reassembled some packets into a single chunk of data, see Section 7.6, “Packet Reassembling”. In this case there are some additional tabs shown at the bottom of the pane to let you select the page you want to see.

Figure 3.16. The "Packet Bytes" pane with tabs

The "Packet Bytes" pane with tabs

[Note] Note!

The additional pages might contain data picked from multiple packets.

The context menu (right mouse click) of the tab labels will show a list of all available pages. This can be helpful if the size in the pane is too small for all the tab labels.


 
 
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