Microsoft KB Archive/168862
Article ID: 168862
Article Last Modified on 10/27/2006
- Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q168862
This article explains how to configure the ISO and TP4 Parser for Network Monitor.
- Copy the Iso.dll, Iso.ini, Tp4.dll files to your NetMon\Parsers subdirectory. These files are located in the BackOffice Resource Kit.
- Make following additions to your Parser.ini file. The Parser.ini file is located in the NetMon directory.
In the [PARSERS] section of the Parser.ini add:
TP4.DLL = 0: TP4 ISO.DLL = 0: ISO, TPDU, SPDU, PPDU, ACSE, RTSE, RTS
Then add these following new sections to the Parser.ini file:
[RTS] Comment = "1984 Reliable Transport Service" FollowSet = HelpFile = [RTSE] Comment = "Reliable Transport Service Element" FollowSet = HelpFile = [ACSE] Comment = "Association Control Service Element" FollowSet = HelpFile = [PPDU] Comment = "Presentation Packet Data Unit" FollowSet = HelpFile = [SPDU] Comment = "Session Packet Data Unit" FollowSet = HelpFile = [TPDU] Comment = "Transport Packet Data Unit" FollowSet = HelpFile = [ISO] Comment = "ISO RFC 1006 Protocol" FollowSet = HelpFile = [TP4] Comment = "TP4 OSI CLNP Protocol" FollowSet = TPDU HelpFile =
Modify the "FollowSet=" entry in the [LLC] section to equal TP4. The [LLC] section will then read:
[LLC] Comment = "Logical Link Control/802.2 protocol" FollowSet = TP4 HelpFile =
After adding these parsers, it would completely parse the X.400 connection/disconnection and data transfer packets. The ISO parser would parse the following information. 1988 RFC1006 wrapper for X.400 over TCP/IP
ACSE TPDU SPDU PPDU RTSE
1984 RFC1006 wrapper for X.400 overTCP/IP
TPDU SPDU RTS (plus X.410)
The ISO and TP4 Network Monitor Parsers are part of the BackOffice Resource Kit version 3.0.
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