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Reference : Web view columns
Web view columns
The following table describes the columns common to all of the Web views of a capture window.
Column
Description
Name
Name of the server, client, page, or individual HTTP request.
Timing
Graphical timeline of this individual HTTP request.
Request ID
Unique ID assigned to this individual HTTP request.
Page ID
Unique ID assigned to an HTML page. All the images, stylesheets, and other embedded files that make up a single HTML page will have this same Page ID. When Page ID == Request ID, that's the HTML page's request.
Flow ID
Flow ID assigned to this client/server TCP connection. Same as the Flow ID that appears throughout Expert views.
Client Addr
Who sent this HTTP request?
Client Port
TCP port from which this HTTP request came.
Server Addr
Who sent this HTTP response?
Server Port
TCP port from which this HTTP response came. Usually port 80.
URI
What file or page on the server the HTTP request wants. Can be outrageously long for some cgi, ad server, and database-driven requests.
Response Code
Numeric HTTP response code, such as 200 for success, or 404 for page not found.
Response Text
Textual explanation of HTTP response code, such as “OK” or “Page not found”.
Content-Type
Value of the Content-Type HTTP response header. text/html for HTML pages, image/jpeg for jpegs.
Referer
Value of the Referer HTTP request header. URL of page that linked to this individual HTTP request. For embedded images, stylesheets, and so on, this is usually the containing HTML page. For HTML pages, this is the page that linked to this page.
Host
Value of the Host HTTP request header. Can differ from actual Server IP address when accessing a web server farm. (Not shown in screenshot above.)
Packets
Total number of packets.
Client Pkts
Request packets from client
Server Pkts
Response packets from server
Bytes
Total number of bytes
Client Bytes
Request bytes from client
Server Bytes
Response bytes from server
Request Data Bytes
Payload bytes from client (typically 0 unless there is some POST data). “Client Bytes” minus all the HTTP request header bytes.
Response Data Bytes
Payload bytes from server, often the size of the actual file transferred (unless transfer-encoding adds to or compresses the payload). “Server Bytes” minus HTTP response header bytes.
Start
Time of first packet, either the SYN if this is the first request on a flow, or the first packet of the HTTP GET or other HTTP request.
Finish
Time of last packet, either the last FIN if this is the last request on a flow, or the last packet of the HTTP response.
Duration
The difference between Finish and Start times.