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how to capture all ip address in use =(IN/OUT bound) on my home network or while on the web?

asked 2020-05-12 01:34:14 +0000

I want to capture all the ip traffic on my network and I use VM ware to surf the web. I want to see who is connecting to me (their IP address) and where they are located at? And any other useful info to trace the connections that I get, like to being able to lookup an ip address at "WHO IS..." ip locator.com. What filters do I use and how to use them? Please be very specific on how too this, I am a bit of a newbie at this and want to learn more about WS.

Thanks in advance!

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answered 2020-05-15 23:19:08 +0000

Bob Jones gravatar image
 I want to see who is connecting to me

Hopefully you are behind a firewall so that minimizes the incoming connections. Anyway, though Wireshark could be used for this, there are likely better tools for network visibility at a higher level to show and summarize different IPs, TCP connections, and the like. Try: ntopng, https://www.ntop.org/

Of course you are welcome to slog through all the needless packets; try the Wireshark wiki and some online courses.

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