This is useful for seeing the staircase effect in TCP Time Sequence Analysis.
smb-browser-elections.pcapng Net BIOS requires that a Master Browser tracks host announcements and responds to Browser Requests. The role of a master browser should be taken by a stable system, as browser elections can have a serious performance impact.
gsm_map_with_ussd_This "capture" has been generated using text2pcap tool, from MTP3 raw data trace.
isl-2-dot1(libpcap) A trace including both ISL and 802.1q-tagged Ethernet frames.
Frames 1 through 381 represent traffic encapsulated using Cisco's ISL, frames 382-745 show traffic sent by the same switch after it had been reconfigured to support 802.1Q trunking.
This trace shows the a client with a misconfigured firewall, blocking incoming UDP port 138.
Since the client can not find a master browser, it stalls all other systems by repeated browser elections.
It's also a very good idea to put links on the related protocol pages pointing to your file.
Referring to an attachment on this page from another Wiki page requires a link on that other Wiki page in the format BT_USB_Lin Cooked_Eth_80211_gz (pcap-ng) A selection of Bluetooth, Linux mmapped USB, Linux Cooked, Ethernet, IEEE 802.11, and IEEE 802.11 Radio Tap packets in a pcap-ng file, to showcase the power of the file format, and Wireshark's support for it.
SMB-locking.(libpcap) SMB and SMB2 support opportunistic locking. If necessary, the server has to break conflicting locks by sending a lock request to the client.
This is a bit unusual: We see requests from the server.
The CMP messages are of the deprecated but used content-type "pkixcmp-poll", so they are using the TCP transport style.