Re: A Strange Networking Setup
Take advantage of the DMZ option the router offers you. using this it
should redirect all traffic to the DMZ. Another option would be to put
linux on the router. OpenWrt is a good choice, or DD-WRT i think is
another alternative. I have succesful placed open-wrt on my asus router
and it works like a charm.
Julian De Marchi
JD Computer Hosting
On Thu, November 2, 2006 1:26 pm, Leonid Grinberg said:
> Hello all,
> I am currently running a Linksys WRT54G server with the factory
> firmware. I have set it up to use wireless. I have purposefully not
> encrypted or protected the WAP because i want others to be able to use
> it if they want to (doing my part for society and all that). I do,
> however, look at the DHCP client logs and almost all the time, I see
> some computer called ussvoyager, which is not mine.
> I would like to be able to see what this computer is sending (just in
> case). I figure that if I am going to run a non-secure AP, I may as
> well do that, anyways. The problem is that I want something better
> than what comes on the router in terms of port sniffing. Ideally, I
> would love for the router to redirect all traffic to my Debian server
> (Etch), so that I can analyze it using Wireshark. What would be the
> best way of going about doing this?
> Thanks in advance!
> Leonid Grinberg
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