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Posted byCCNP R&S3 months ago

The "IO Graphs" feature in Wireshark 2 is so much worse than Wireshark 1. Are there any settings I can change to improve it?

The old Wireshark used to have options to change the graph display and you can change the units from bits to kbps/mbps. Is there a way I can restore this functionality on the Wireshark 2.0 client, or am I just going to have to install the old wireshark.

Also, where can I find the installation files for classic wireshark? I don't see them listed on wireshark's website.

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Network Engineer/R&S/WiFi/F5/Linux4 points · 3 months ago

I don't know the answer to your first question, but here you can download any version you want.

https://1.na.dl.wireshark.org/win64/all-versions/

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CCNP R&SOriginal Poster1 point · 3 months ago

Thanks

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I concur. It also all good being able to say 3 is kbps, 6 is mbps etc. but when you want to compare errors to speed it is dreadful and setting it to log makes it difficult to accurately see the speed.

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The installers should have an option for the legacy UI, you can skip installing the new UI entirely. Maybe it's just habit, but I find the original UI much more straightforward.

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Not the same thing, but I find the new filtering method kind of weird too. Rather than something like ip.addr== (or whatever), you have to use something like regular English. It works but it takes a bit of getting used to.

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CCIE #19372 points · 3 months ago

Which filtering is that? I haven't noticed any changes at all to either the Capture or Display filter syntax.

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