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Wireshark coloring help

Posted on 2016-10-09
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Hello there,

I am trying to sniff packet between my pc and camera and in the last 2 lines of the analysis I have 2 dark gray colour. Can somebody please help me to understand why it is that color and is it a thing I need to analyse more or no?.Please see the snapshot of the wireshark below.

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Zolf

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by:Shaik M. Sajid
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in wire shark go to view - coloring rules -

here it'll shows the details of the packet related to...

all the best
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Thanks for your comments. But I knew that. I want to know the reason for having dark gray colour for my else 2 packet line
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i didn't look up the exact reason, but it looks like the grey packets are FIN ones - the "end of communication" flag (which just receives an ACK confirmation as the very last packet). You should see no more communication, unless started with a SYN flagged packet.
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