Wireshark-bugs: [Wireshark-bugs] [Bug 4757] New Protocol Submission for IEEE 802.1Qat (Multiple
Date: Wed, 12 May 2010 08:58:52 -0700 (PDT)

--- Comment #5 from Torrey Atcitty <[email protected]> 2010-05-12 08:58:51 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> Some initial feedback:
> tools/checkAPIs.pl and tools/checkhf.pl report no problems.  Thanks.
> There is already a protocol called "Message Session Relay Protocol" that writes
> "MSRP" to the protocol column.  I suggest a different name to avoid confusion,
> MRP-MSRP perhaps?  Also, to avoid confusion and potential conflict with the
> former's registered fields, I also suggest changing the display filter field
> names from a form of "msrp.xyz" to something like "mrp-msrp.xyz", or another
> form more to your liking.
> Do you have a sample capture file you can post for testing/verification?
> Do you have a link to the RFC or specification describing the protocol?

Thanks for the feed back. I saw the Message Session Relay Protocol before but
was hoping they used a different acronym. Some wishful thinking... I will make
the above changes and submit a new patch before the end of the day.

Also, I thought I did submit a couple of sample capture files but my browser
was being dumb yesterday but I'll reload them again in a sec.

I have a link to the spec itself:

The latest version is D6.0 and is what we have our dissector updated to. In
order to access the spec you need to be a member of the IEEE 802.1 Working
Group because the specs are all located in private areas. If you don't have
access because you are not a member, then you can ask the Editor of the spec
for a copy. The editor of the specification is Craig Gunther. He co-wrote the
dissector and is a colleague of mine. You can reqest a copy from him at
<[email protected]>.

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