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Switching Views
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Note: High‐level decoding and statistics are available only after the whole trace has uploaded.
After the trace finishes uploading, the software automatically switches to full trace view.
To go to the beginning of an uploaded trace, press CTRL Home, or CTRL End to go to the end of an uploaded trace.
3.3
Switching Views
To enable and disable views, use the Analysis menu item or the Analysis toolbar.
Open with Wireshark
Trace Information
Show/Hide Traffic Summary View
Show/Hide Frame Inspector View
Show/Hide Spreadsheet View
Data View
Figure 3.7: Analysis Toolbar.
After you select a view, it appears in a separate window. To increase the new window display size, use Zoom in and Zoom out from the View menu item or the buttons from the View Toolbar.
To rearrange the tiling, select the Window menu and choose Window Cascade or Window Tile.
3.3.1
Decoding Assignments
Click Analysis> Decoding Assignments to display the Decoding Assignments dialog. Click Assign to display the SCSI Assignment dialog (see Figure 3.9). Select an address and click Close.
The Script column identifies the script that will be used to decode the protocol. <Built‐in> means that a built‐in decoder will be used. If you double‐click in the cell, you can specify the path to a user‐defined script (.udd). See the Net Protocol Suite User‐Defined Decoding manual for details on how to write a decoding script.
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