The network packet capture can be printed in whole or in part by using the built-in Print command in the File menu.

Setting your Print Options

Before selecting the Print command be sure to set the print options that you want. To set the print options:
  1. Select Print Options from the File menu.
  2. You then need to select whether you wish to print just the packet summary information that is displayed in the top window or the detailed information displayed in the bottom

    window. If you choose to print the detailed information you need to also select how many levels of protocols you wish to print out. For example, if you wish to print some IMAP packets and also show the details for TCP, IP and Ethernet, you need to select 4 protocols. The default value for this value is one protocol.
  3. You may also choose to print part of the capture in hexadecimal format.

Printing a Capture File

To print the packets you need to select the Print command from the File menu. This gives you the option to print all the packets in the capture or print only packets within a specified range or to print only the currently selected packets.
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