18 Wireshark Display Filters Network Analysis Experts are Using
Despite all your hard work to keep the network running smoothly all the time, still, things can go wrong. Let’s face it. You can’t blame the network every time for not working properly. When problems occur, you should be fully prepared with the knowledge and tools you need to tackle the issue. This means getting your hands dirty to dig deeper to search for potential network problems and troubleshoot the bottleneck issues immediately. Wireshark is often the go to tool used for packet level analysis.
Yet, there’s a common challenge Network analysts would face, that is to pinpoint the actual information to look for in Wireshark as they often have to dig through large volumes of traffic. One way to do this is by using the filter engine that helps remove the noise from a packet trace and lets you see only the packets that interest you. Using filters in Wireshark is essential to get down to the data you actually want to see for your analysis.