The links below list common data fields and properties that can be used for filtering with Network Monitor 3.x. They are categorized by protocol. This list is helpful for understanding some of the more common data fields and properties with descriptions
of what they do. Please help us extend the list by editing the wiki with fields you've found useful.
Data Fields represent real data that is on the wire. Each piece of the raw data will most likely have a field associated with it.
Properties represent meta data. There are many uses for Properties in the protocol parsing code, but a few useful ones from a user perspective are:
Click on each protocol below to see a list of data fields, properties and examples.
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