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comment Intercepting LAN network traffic via WiFi
Thank you for your answer. Both devices are true routers. So theoretically intercepting traffic should not be possible. But what about the ARP poisoning @Alen mentioned?
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comment Intercepting LAN network traffic via WiFi
Thanks for sharing. Router A is, well, a wireless router to its wireless clients, and acts as a LAN-client to Router B. I understand the principle of ARP poisoning, but I'm not quite sure about the following: As Router A has to act as a client to Router B (or vice versa), both routers would be required to be in the same subnet. Router A however could broadcast another subnet to its wireless clients as Router B does to its clients. How would this affect the possibility of ARP poisoning?
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comment Intercepting LAN network traffic via WiFi
Laptop A and B are in reception range, yes. They are also both in reception range with both wireless routers. Care to explain what would be the second danger here?
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