> >> > Hi,
> >> > Is there any free tool that help
> >> > in generation of sequence diagrams
> >> > that provide a visual trace of
> >> > packet flow between nodes using
> >> > the Wireshark(Ethereal) logs ?
> >> > I searched the internet and got a tool called VisualEther, but it is
> >> > not free :-(http://www.eventhelix.com/VisualEther/
> >> > Any opensource or free tools for sequence diagram generation from
> >> > Wireshark(Ethereal) logs ?
> >> > If there is no free tool that could be used to generate the sequence
> >> > diagrams
> >> > from the Wireshark(Ethereal) log/output, then Is there a free
> >> > protocol analyzer that has an accompanying software/utility that
> >> > would be capable of generating the sequence diagrams from its
> >> > captured output/log files?
> >> > I am looking for this tool in Linux and Windows environment. Any
> >> > ideas ?
> >> > Thx in advans,
> >> > Karthik Balaguru
> > Good link ! ?Thx.
> > Interesting :-)
> > I wonder the reason/need for this 'Callflow Sequence Diagram Generator '
> > utility if Wireshark(Ethereal) has support in its 'Statistics -> Flow
> > Graph' option !!
> > I checked the 'Callflow' utility, it seems to be a collection of awk and
> > shell scripts that produce callflow sequence diagram from the captured
> > logs of ethereal(Wireshark) protocol analyzer.
> > Can you lemme know the unique features that are provided by 'Callflow'
> > utility in comparison to the features offered by the 'Flow Graph' that
> > comes along with the Wireshark(Ethereal) protocol analyzer ?
> > Was callflow developed to overcome some of the limitations of the Flow
> > Graph feature provided by Wireshark(Ethereal) protocol analyzer ?? Any
> > ideas ?
> > Thx in advans,
> > Karthik Balaguru
> i just googled it
> i'm not your testing departement
> but when i read it was shell and awk scripts
> i assumed that for any decent *nix user it would
> be easy customisable
I checked with 'Callflow' support in the below link -
Thx in advans,