Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) is a core protocol for the internet layer. It uses 32-bit addresses and allows packets routing from one source host to the next one.
The→ menu provides the packet counter by submenus:
All Addresses. Divides data by IP address.
Destination and Ports. Divides data by IP address, and further by IP protocol type, such as TCP, UDP, and others. It also shows port number.
IP Protocol Types. Divides data by IP protocol type.
Source TTLs. Divides data by source IP address and then by TTL. Also shows the destination IP address for each TTL value.
Source and Destination addresses. Divides data by source and destination IP address.
You can see similar statistics in the→ and → menus.