Filtering incoming frames, Computer Networking

FILTERING INCOMING FRAMES:

An analyzer may be configured to process and filter frames. It may count frames of a specific size or type. It may also shows only frames from or to specific devices.

In general, it may be configured to check value of any field and accept only those messages creating the filter specification.

 

 

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