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    J-Web Packet Capture Results and Output Summary

    Table 1 summarizes the output in the packet capture display.

    Table 1: J-Web Packet Capture Results and Output Summary

    Field

    Description

    timestamp

    Time when the packet was captured. The timestamp 00:45:40.823971 means 00 hours (12.00 a.m.), 45 minutes, and 40.823971 seconds.

    Note: The time displayed is local time.

    direction

    Direction of the packet. Specifies whether the packet originated from the Routing Engine (Out), or was destined for the Routing Engine (In).

    protocol

    Protocol for the packet.

    In the sample output, IP indicates the Layer 3 protocol.

    source address

    Hostname, if available, or IP address and the port number of the packet's origin. If the Don't Resolve Addresses check box is selected, only the IP address of the source displays.

    Note: When a string is defined for the port, the packet capture output displays the string instead of the port number.

    destination address

    Hostname, if available, or IP address of the packet's destination with the port number. If the Don't Resolve Addresses check box is selected, only the IP address of the destination and the port appear.

    Note: When a string is defined for the port, the packet capture output displays the string instead of the port number.

    protocol

    Protocol for the packet.

    In the sample output, TCP indicates the Layer 4 protocol.

    data size

    Size of the packet (in bytes).

    Modified: 2017-09-13