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Transmit messages from a Perytons Format (.anl) file

The Traffic Generator (TG) Add-On allows you to transmit messages (in parallel of your capturing process) – With this Add-On you can create, edit and transmit messages from a Perytons Format (.anl) file or, when combined with a Scripting Add-On module, transmit messages based on a message that has been received, etc.

Regarding the option to transmit messages with erroneous FCS on purpose, internal tests with several of the dongles supported by our TG Add-On (Telegesis, Dizic, DE) gave results that the FCS is always calculated and transmitted by the dongle itself and the TG can’t control its value (most probably this is done in the dongle HW and not even by its FW…).

This means that packets transmitted by analyzer TG Add-On will always have a valid FCS calculated value.


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How to use the analyzer with a secured BLE session

When trying to capture for example a session between an application running on an iPad (master) and a Bluetooth device (slave), if the analyzer capture the Attribute Protocol interactions between the two but shows anything higher in the stack than the L2CAP layer , then its a security issue.

In order to solve it, see the keys icons on the top toolbar – being red meaning that the messages are encrypted but the analyzer were not able to decipher them.

Please open the network keys form by clicking on the keys and set the depth to 20, Then reopen the file.

If this doesn’t help – either some of the pairing messages were not received by the analyzer, maybe you used a PIN code and you should enter it or let the analyzer find it.

Recommended 1st step to captured entire session, starting with the devices not paired and then pairing , 2nd step is  going through the GATT tests.

Perytons support can also help by sending them the anlb file and they will check it.
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Besdies the Message Sequence View, version 5.1 includes Time Markers for the Time View section

Lots has been said about the new Message Sequence View introduced in the latest version 5.1 of the Perytons Protocol Analyzer that enables a new way to explore messages and transactions with Message Sequence View window:
– Show the transactions between devices and/or protocol layers, with colorful arrows showing message type, direction and timing
– Non relevant layers can be removed from display to allow focusing on the layers relevant for the specific test (e.g. profiles, attributes).

But this is not all,  among some additional improvements like Support for additional PRIME PLC layers and PRIME security in the wire-line narrow band PLC models of this version, there is also the incorporation of time markers into the Time View window.
The time markers enable measuring the time and time-delta of and between relevant events and provide an additional way to focus on time sensible messages and sessions:






Details about the latest version release notes can be also found at
Perytons ZigBee Analyzer release notes, Perytons PLC Analyzer release notes or Perytons BLE Analyzer release notes.

These new features and updates are one example of the benefits you are entitled to when under a Service and Support plan.
If you are not under Service and support you can ask for a Service and Support quotation from our sales team.

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