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Network Analysis Using Wireshark Cookbook by Yoram Orzach

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Saving, printing, and exporting data

In this recipe we will talk about file operations such as save, export, print, and others.

Getting ready

Start Wireshark or open a saved file.

How to do it...

We can save a whole file, and export specific data in various formats and file types. In the following paragraphs we will see how to do it.

To save a whole file with captured data, perform the following steps:

  1. In the File menu, click on Save (or press Ctrl + S) for saving the file with its own name.
  2. In the File menu, click on Save as (or press Shift + Ctrl + S) for saving the file with a new name.

For saving a part of a file, for example, only the displayed data:

  1. Navigate to Export Specified Packets under the File menu. You will get the following window:
  2. At the ...

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