isl-2-dot1(libpcap) A trace including both ISL and 802.1q-tagged Ethernet frames.
Frames 1 through 381 represent traffic encapsulated using Cisco's ISL, frames 382-745 show traffic sent by the same switch after it had been reconfigured to support 802.1Q trunking.
So you're at home tonight, having just installed Wireshark. But your home LAN doesn't have any interesting or exotic packets on it? Please note that if for some reason your version of Wireshark doesn't have zlib support, you'll have to gunzip any file with a extension.
If you want to include a new example capture file, you should attach it to this page (click 'attachments' in header above).
The attached file contains the result of running File: Sync E_bidirectional.pcapng (1.5KB, showing the sync E protocol) Contributor: Radha Krishna.
courtesy: Karsten, RAD, Germany Description: Sync E is a synchronization mechanism for Ethernet networks.
The CMP messages are of the deprecated but used content-type "pkixcmp-poll", so they are using the TCP transport style.
(libpcap) Some SITA WAN (Societe Internationale de Telecommunications Aeronautiques sample packets (contains X.25, International Passenger Airline Reservation System, Unisys Transmittal System and Frame Relay packets) The files below are captures of traffic generated by the PROTOS test suite developed at the University of Oulu.
SMB-locking.(libpcap) SMB and SMB2 support opportunistic locking. If necessary, the server has to break conflicting locks by sending a lock request to the client.
This is a bit unusual: We see requests from the server.
redundant_stream1.pcapng iperf with a redundant scheduler, i.e., the same data is sent across several subflows at the same time.
Enable all the MPTCP options and you should be able to see Wireshark detect reinjections across subflows.