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Hi, I am trying to find info on network packet capture .pcap file timestamps and what they mean. Sent packets by A, received by C or intercepted by B? I did see a post on this form with a link, but unable to find it again for some reason. I am using Wireshark and tcpdump. I need a detailed explanation who timestamps are stored and where in the packet (hex values and locations). Plz point me in the right direction. Thanks.
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