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OSTU - Customized Wireshark Graphs with Open Office (by Tony Fortunato)

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Tony Fortunato is a Senior Network Specialist with experience in design, implementation, and troubleshooting of LAN/WAN/Wireless networks, desktops and servers since 1989. His background in financial …

Tony Fortunato is a Senior Network Specialist with experience in design, implementation, and troubleshooting of LAN/WAN/Wireless networks, desktops and servers since 1989. His background in financial networks includes design and implementation of trading floor networks. Tony has taught at local high schools, Colleges/Universities, Networld/Interop and many onsite private classroom settings to thousands of analysts.

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  • 1. Quickstart How to Create Customized Graphs From Wireshark Trace Files Using Open Office
  • 2. We Want To Go From Text To Graphical
  • 3. Add a Column
    • In this example I want Bytes per second, so I’ll have to go to Wireshark -> Preferences->Column and add Packet Length (bytes) and move it up to the 3 rd entry.
  • 4. Select The Appropriate Time Format Set the time to Time of Day and Seconds Tip; When selecting Time Of Day and Seconds, use the space bar and the menu will not go away
  • 5. Create a CSV File
    • You need to Export your Trace File to a CSV format
    1 2
  • 6. OpenOffice Calc; Open The CSV File 1 2
  • 7. Import Settings
    • Make sure you have selected Comma
  • 8. Subtotals And Graphs 1 2
  • 9. Group your Subtotals
    • Click on the 2 to display your subtotals
  • 10. Format
  • 11. Remove some text
  • 12. Graph
    • Select your data
    Go to Insert -> Chart Press the create button
  • 13. Its up to you to get creative
  • 14.
    • For additional educational videos on Open Source Network Tools, please click on the following …
    • http://www.lovemytool.com/blog/ostu.html
    LoveMyTool.com – Community for Network Tools