|Release Type||Release Number||Release Date|
|Original||CloudShark 1.9 build 1507||July 24, 2013|
|Maintenance Release 1||CloudShark 1.9 build 1528||July 30, 2013|
|Maintenance Release 2||CloudShark 1.9 build 1556||August 23, 2013|
|Maintenance Release 3||CloudShark 1.9 build 1588||September 18, 2013|
Before upgrading from CloudShark 1.8 to 1.9, you must first run the following command:
yum erase cloudshark-tools
There was an issue with the previous version of tools that would prevent the upgrade to 1.9 from succeeding. This will fix it forever. This step is not required if you are upgrading to CloudShark 1.9 from release 1.7 or earlier.
CloudShark 1.9 is a really exciting release for us. From the beginning we have always wanted to support the playback of audio streams contained within packet captures. Now we can!
CloudShark currently supports playback of three audio codecs:
Audio files can be downloaded in a variety of formats as well as be played back right within your web browser. For the best audio experience, we recommend using the latest version of Chrome.
CloudShark 1.9 now includes a new RTP Streams analysis tool with individual RTP stream statistics, analysis, and a playback feature. Visit the RTP Stream Analysis Tool section in the CloudShark User Guide to learn more about this new feature. Find it in the Analysis Tools menu!
In addition to playing back single RTP streams, CloudShark 1.9 is now able to take a VoIP Call Flow that has been captured along with the RTP packets and combine the streams in to a playable conversation between parties.
Please see then VoIP Call Analysis Tool page for more details on this new feature.
CloudShark is now running tshark 1.10 behind the scenes. There are many new additions that make this a great release including improved default colorization rules and lots of new protocols.
Several improvements have been made to the main packet view inside CloudShark.
The main packet analysis view inside CloudShark now lets you resize the individual panes so you can focus on the data you are looking at the most.
Use the up and down arrows on your keyboard to move between subsequent packets in the main analysis view.
Some protocols just use a lot of layers to display! You can now expand all the layers of
a main protocol by holding down the
It is now possible to create display filter macros and make these available system wide for all your CloudShark users.
If you have a capture file with a lot of annotations in it, sometimes it can be hard to find them all by scrolling up and down the file. You can now click on the Info button, visit the “Comments” tab and in addition to seeing all of the per-packet annotations, you can apply a display filter to just show you all packets with annotations, or zoom in on an individual one.
It is now possible to create display filter macros and make these available system wide for all your CloudShark users. You can even import your existing Wireshark display filter macros right into CloudShark. The macros can be used any place a display filter is accepted include the packet viewer and graph analysis tool. Learn more by visiting CloudShark Display Filter Macros.
If you would like to configure a message to be put at the top of every page in CloudShark, maybe to inform users of expected downtime, or upgrades, or policy changes, you can configure it in the Setting area.
Several smaller changes have been made to improve features and fix bugs. If you’re curious about the details of any of these, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
cloudshark-toolspackage so upgrades work as expected in the future.
This maintenance release of CloudShark 1.9 also introduces support for CloudShark Solo licenses. CloudShark Solo is for individuals and does not have multi-user capabilities.