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Is is possible to send the UDP packet with incremental sequence number #110

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ricaonline opened this Issue Mar 26, 2018 · 1 comment

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ricaonline commented Mar 26, 2018

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In my test scenario, I need to send the UDP packet with incremental sequence number like in the beginning of the UDP data(HEX content), in order to compare on the receiver side the number and sent/received time for the same packet. Packet Sender seems only send the same packet at every intervals, is there anyway to set incremental sequence number like macro or any script to do it?

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dannagle commented Mar 26, 2018

Correct. Packet Sender's macro system only works during responses. It does not have macro support for initial sending. I agree that would be nice to have.

I offer feature bounty services if you'd like macros for sending added. You could potentially reuse the {{TIME}} or {{UNIQUE}} macros or perhaps I could make a brand new macro {{COUNTER}} if that works best for you.

Is this something you'd be interested in sponsoring? If so, you could email me directly. My rates are very reasonable for feature requests that can potentially help everybody (like this one). https://packetsender.com/contact

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