This tab is used for displaying detailed information about WLAN
connections (IP and IPv6 protocols only). To start capturing
packets, select File
= > Start Capture in
the menu, or click on the corresponding button on the toolbar.
Please note that this tab will not be
populated unless the program is capable of decrypting
WEP/WPA-encrypted WLAN traffic. If your WLAN uses WEP or WPA
encryption, all the data packets being sent are encrypted, and it
is impossible to obtain information about their IP address unless
you have entered the correct decryption key by
=> WEP/WPA Keys in
the menu. Additional steps are required in case of WPA decryption;
see Understanding WPA
The meaning of the table columns is explained below:
Source IP, Destination IP –
shows the pair of IP addresses between which the packets are being
sent. The program automatically determines the location of any IP
address, and depending on your geolocation settings, may show the
country name or flag next to the IP address. For more information,
see Setting Options.
shows the number of packets received.
shows the number of packets sent.
shows the number of established TCP/IP sessions. If no TCP
connections were established (connections failed, or the protocol
is UDP/IP or ICMP/IP), this value is zero.
lists the remote computer's ports used during the TCP/IP connection
or connection attempt. This list can be empty if the protocol is
not TCP/IP. Ports can be displayed either as numeric values or as
the corresponding service names. For more information,
see Setting Options.
shows the remote computer's hostname. If the hostname cannot be
resolved, this column is empty.
shows the number of bytes transmitted during the
Last packet –
shows the time of the last packet sent/received during the
You can show or hide individual columns by right-clicking on list
header or using the View => Latest
IP Connections Columns menu.
The column order can be changed by dragging the column header to a
new location. Right-clicking on the Latest IP Connections list
brings up a menu with the following commands:
Quick Filter –
finds the packets sent between the selected IP addresses and
displays them in a new window. The same action is performed when
you double-click on this window.
copies the local IP address, remote IP address, or hostname to the
Show All Ports –
displays a window with the complete list of ports used in
communicating between the selected pair of IP addresses. This is
useful when many ports were used, and they do not fit into the
Data Transfer –
displays a window with information on the data transfer volume
between the selected pair of IP addresses and the time of the last
Jump To –
allows you to jump to the first/last packet with the selected
source/destination IP address; the program will display the Packets
tab and set the mouse cursor to the packet that matches the
sends the selected source or destination IP address to SmartWhois,
if it is installed on your system. SmartWhois is a stand-alone
application developed by our company, capable of obtaining
information about any IP address or hostname in the world. It
automatically provides information associated with an IP address,
such as domain, network name, country, state or province, city. The
program can be downloaded from
Create Alias – brings
up a window where you can assign an
easy-to-remember alias to
the selected IP address.
Save Latest IP Connections As –
allows you to save the contents of the Latest IP Connections tab as
an HTML report.
Clear Latest IP Connections –
clears the table.
More Statistics – shows
a window with data transfer and protocol distribution