Wireshark-users: Re: [Wireshark-users] Not seeing DIAMETER CCA decodes in Wireshark


This may be the problem:

The problem probably is that for 1.2.1 diameter.xml got copied from trunk but not the changes to makefile.am and wireshark.nsi


There was also a change to packet-diameter.c but I think that may not needed.

One solution is to delete the line:

           <!ENTITY eap SYSTEM "eap.xml">



In diameter.xml the other to add the missing parts.



P.S diameter.xml is in the Wireshark/dimeter dir.


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Hi, I’m using Wireshark 1.2.1 and I’m trying to decode a DIAMETER Credit Control Application trace. But all I see are unknown application, unknown command & unknown AVPs. My systems are using DIAMETER application 4, which is DCCA, and is defined in my dictionary and chargectontrol XML files.


A sample trace can be provided if required. Any ideas?





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