I am attempting to analyse my WiFi network with on Mac OS X, is there a tool to reassemble TCP stream from Wireshark capture. I would like to see the entire HTML pages that are passing through the WiFi
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You should be able to just right click on any HTTP packet and select "Follow TCP Stream" which will rebuild the page. You could select the "Save As" and save it somewhere, e.g.: "captured-page.html"
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Here is the walk through on Wireshark: http://www.wireshark.org/docs/wsug_html_chunked/ChAdvFollowTCPSection.html Your other option is to use tcpflow: tcpflow -r http.cap