04-25-2022 01:47 PM
How to see geneve encapsualted header information in packet capture
05-01-2022 05:56 AM
from your post it is not clear how this is related to Palo Alto, however Wireshark is supporting GENEVE ever since version 2.0.0. The dissector is using default port UDP 6081. If you expand packet details, you should see details of encapsulated frame/packet.
06-16-2022 04:45 AM
I am guessing @Sephora_IT question is related to the GENEVE encapsulation between GWLBe (endpoint) in AWS and VM-Series firewall.
Unfortunately I don't believe it is possible to capture GENEVE encapsulation with packet capture on the firewall...Not sure if enabling "pre-parse match" could help, but it should be used only with low volume of traffic
06-17-2022 02:55 AM
I see. Thank you for input.
06-30-2022 10:29 AM
you can enable capturing the GENEVE encapsulated traffic by running the following command in CLI:
debug dataplane packet-diag set capture encapsulation yes
03-21-2023 08:36 PM
Thanks for the debug command, after enabling I can see the udp/6081 encapsulation in my captures.
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