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Promiscious mode will not always allow you to see traffic while Client isolation is in play. Promiscuous mode just means that your PC will process all frames received and decoded. On many APs/wnics/oses Promiscuous mode will not see traffic for other systems. From the Wireshark documentation: Monitor mode In monitor mode the SSID filter mentioned ...


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I have the SonicWall NSA 240. Ip assign to PS4 but not able to connect to PSNetwork. The following works for me: "For anyone else that finds this answer after a google search: For a PS3 you may also need to disable SSL Control on the SonicWall (under Firewall Settings -> SSL Control on mine) or at least set it to log instead of block. I found the PS3 would ...


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There is no way for any process leave the interface in monitor mode after exit. While this holds true most of the time when we run (on El Capitan): # sudo tcpdump -p -I -i enX -y IEEE802_11 The interface may get stuck on monitor mode after tcpdump exits (where X is a wireless network card that supports monitor mode). Note that I say "may". It is not ...


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It only stays in monitor or promiscuous mode when a running process is holding it in that mode. While this holds true most of the time when we run (on El Capitan): # sudo tcpdump -p -I -i enX -y IEEE802_11 The interface may get stuck on monitor mode after tcpdump exits (where X is a wireless network card that supports monitor mode). Note that I say ...


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It is not possible for winpcap directly (what Wireshark is using on Windows to collect the packets) to drop packets. This is covered briefly in the winpcap FAQ. You may be able to use the Windows Firewall to drop all packets coming in on that interface after they are processed by Wireshark (although I'm not sure - it might also block them before they reach ...


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The solution described by Chaos in this question applies only to linux. That's not true, search for "netcat for windows" There are plenty of network sniffers that can also do this job. E.g. Wireshark.



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