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The Capture Window : Navigating a capture window
Navigating a capture window
The parts of the capture window are identified below.
Capture Window Title: Displays the user-defined (or default) title of the capture window.
Progress Section: Displays packet, memory, and filter information:
Packets received: Displays the total number of packets received since the capture was initiated.
Packets filtered: Displays the total number of packets received for this capture window that have passed any enabled filters.
Buffer usage: Displays the percentage of capture buffer memory used for this capture window.
Filter state: Summarizes any enabled filter conditions.
Start/Stop Capture: Starts or stops a capture. When a trigger is set for the capture window, this button is labeled Start/Stop Trigger. See Setting triggers.
Filter bar: This area lets you quickly create advanced filters directly in a capture window. See Creating filters using the filter bar.
Navigation Pane: Displays available views for the capture window. The available views are dependent on which capture options are enabled. For descriptions of available capture window views, see Capture window views.
Navigation pane right-click options:
Undock: Undock the selected view from the capture window, making it easier to display and organize views. To dock the view back to the capture window, close the undocked view.
Default View: Sets the selected view as the default view for subsequent capture windows.
Status Bar: Displays status information:
Capture status: Displays state of the capture process.
Current adapter: Displays adapter currently selected as the capture adapter.
Packets: Displays the number of packets in the capture buffer.
Duration: Displays the difference between the earliest and the most recent packet in the capture buffer.
View Section: Displays the contents of the selected view.