What to Do With My IOTA – Wifi
Wi-Fi packet analysis is always a tricky thing. For example, you have to make sure you have the ‘proper’ Wi-Fi adapter and drivers and of course the software needs to be able to interpret the packets, then there is all the other variables such as encryption type, channel width and flavor of Wi-Fi 802.11n, ac, etc. When possible I capture from the switch port that the access point (or access points) are connected to avoiding all those possible issues.
In this example, I connected my Profitap IOTA (www.profitap.com./iota) between (inline) my Wi-Fi access point and switch so I can capture all packets to and from my IOTA.
As you will see in the video, I saw a ‘server’ with an ip on my local subnet. So I used this opportunity to use the IOTA and investigate what the mystery device is.
Spoiler alert; it ended up being
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