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CaptureFilters

An overview of the capture filter syntax can be found in the page.

of the capture filter syntax can be found in the page . User's Guide . A
of the capture filter syntax can be found in the page . User's Guide . A

User's Guide. A complete reference can be found in the expression section of the

reference can be found in the expression section of the t Ethereal uses the same syntax
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Ethereal uses the same syntax for capture filters as

tcpdump, WinDump,

Analyzer, and any other program that uses the libpcap/WinPcap librar

If you need a capture filter for a specific protocol, have a look for it at the ProtocolReference.

1. CaptureFilters

1. Examples

2. Useful Filters

3. Default Capture Filters

4. Further Information

5. See Also

6. Discussion

Examples

Capture only traffic to or from IP address 172.18.5.4:

host 172.18.5.4

Capture only DNS (port 53) traffic:

port 53

Capture non-HTTP and non-SMTP traffic on your server (both are equivalent):

host www.example.com and not (port 80 or port 25)

host www.example.com and not port 80 and not port 25

Capture except all ARP and DNS traffic:

port not 53 and not arp

Capture only Ethernet type EAPOL:

ether proto 0x888e

Capture only IP traffic - the shortest filter, but sometimes very useful to get rid of lower layer protocols like ARP and STP:

ip

Capture only unicast traffic - useful to get rid of noise on the network if you only want to see traffic to and from your machine, not, for example, br multicast announcements:

not broadcast and not multicast

Useful Filters

Blaster and Welchia are RPC worms. (Does anyone have better links, i.e. ones that describe or show the actual payload?)

Blaster worm: :

dst port 135 and tcp port 135 and ip[2:2]==48

Welchia worm: :

icmp[icmptype]==icmp-echo and ip[2:2]==92 and icmp[8:4]==0xAAAAAAAA

The filter looks for an icmp echo request that is 92 bytes long and has an icmp payload that begins with 4 bytes of A's (hex). It is the signature worm just before it tries to compromise a system.

Many worms try to spread by contacting other hosts on ports 135, 445, or 1433. This filter is independent of the specific worm instead it looks for S originating from a local network on those specific ports. Please change the network filter to reflect your own network.

and tcp[tcpflags] & (tcp-syn) != 0 and tcp[tcpflags] & (tcp-ack) = 0 and src

dst port 135 or dst port 445 or dst port 1433

Default Capture Filters

Ethereal tries to determine if it's running remotely (e.g. via SSH or Remote Desktop), and if so sets a default capture filter that should block out the traffic. It does this by checking environment variables in the following order:

Environment Variable Resultant Filter

SSH_CONNECTION

not (tcp port srcport and addr_family host srchost and tcp port dstport and addr_family host dsthost)

SSH_CLIENT

not (tcp port srcport and addr_family host srchost and tcp port dstport)

REMOTEHOST

not addr_family host host

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DISPLAY

CLIENTNAME

not addr_family host host not addr_family host host

(addr_family will either be "ip" or "ip6")

Further Information

either be "ip" or "ip6") Further Information Filtering while capturing from the Ethereal User's

Filtering while capturing from the

Further Information Filtering while capturing from the Ethereal User's Guide The tcpdump man page includes

Ethereal User's Guide

The

tcpdump man page includes a comprehensive capture filter reference includes a comprehensive capture filter reference

The

Mike Horn Tutorial gives a good introduction to capture filters gives a good introduction to capture filters

See Also

DisplayFilters: more info on filters while displaying, not while capturing

Discussion

BTW, the Symantec page says that Blaster probes 135/tcp, 4444/tcp, and 69/udp. Would

(tcp dst port 135 or tcp dst port 4444 or udp dst port 69) and ip[2:2]==48

be a better filter? - Gerald Combs

What is a good filter for just capturing SIP and RTP packets?

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Unicast Uplink ports UTP USENET URL Wait state Web 2.0 Wireless WWW Cost Ethereal Tools Protect

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