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How can i search through an ethereal trace for packet size?

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I have an ethereal trace from one of our DB server and i want to see if there are any packets in the trace that are trying to send packets above the 1500MTU size.  What filter would i use?  Can anyone help?

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Create new Display Filter
Filter name: BIGPACKET
ip.len > 1500
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