Packet capture on Stellar AP
Yes, first you need to save the capture to a file with the command:
$ssudo tcpdump -i 3 -w test-capture.pcap udp and port 53
Then you can connect using scp to the AP, to do this you can use any free tool like winscp, connect using the support account to the port 22 and then you are able to download the packet capture file to your local laptop and analyze it with any tool. Hope it helps
Hi, you can connect with the support account to the AP and then execute the following command:
$ssudo tcpdump -i 3 udp and port 53
In this example you will be capturing just the DNS traffic, the -i 3 attribute means that you are listening on the br-wan interface which is the interface you need to listen to see all the traffic.
Hope this can help you.