A Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP) dissector for Wireshark (1.12.X and above).
Written by Murat Demirten
Unauthenticated twamp control sessions fully supported
Twamp UDP test session ports extracted from control handshake process
Build Instructions (Debian)
Instructions below are tested with Debian Jessie (testing) distribution which shipped with wireshark 1.12.X version.
If you want to to build twamp plugin in Debian Wheezy (or similar Ubuntu versions) you need to install backported wireshark 1.12.X packages.
For example, if you configured wheezy-backports archive, you can install required wireshark packages with `sudo apt-get install -t wheezy-backports wireshark-dev libwireshark-dev libwsutil-dev'
- Install the
$ sudo apt-get install wireshark-dev libglib2.0-dev cmake
builddir in main directory and run
cmakewithin as below:
$ mkdir build && cd build $ cmake -DWIRESHARK_INCLUDE_DIRS=/usr/include/wireshark ..
- If everything goes well, you can use
make installwithin build directory:
$ make $ make install
Install target will copy
twamp.so automatically in your
Twamp Gui Utilities
You can use twamp-client and twamp-responder utilities for testing purpose:
- Authenticated and encrypted sessions will be supported in future