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Brand new to wireshark!

Hello wireshark friends. I'm a systems administrator but I don't have any experience with Wireshark. I know it is a very powerful too so I'd like to get into using it more.

To start off I have a particular type of packet I'd like to capture. I'm trying to capture packets from my IP TV. Here is my issue. My IPTV is in a different subnet than my local subnet. But, there is only 1 modem that is handling all this traffic.

The internet subnet is 192.168.1.x and the IPTV subnet is on another subnet. How would I go about capturing the packets that go to the IPTV. My goal is I'm trying to bypass the router so I can put my own router but I don't want to affect anything. I am pretty sure if I just plug in the other router it won't work I am sure I have to configure something on the other router.

Before getting to that part I'd like to know if there is a way for me to know how to see what is making the IPTV work. Any ideas? Thanks

Brand new to wireshark!

Hello wireshark friends. I'm a systems administrator but I don't have any experience with Wireshark. I know it is a very powerful too so I'd like to get into using it more.

To start off I have a particular type of packet I'd like to capture. I'm trying to capture packets from my IP TV. Here is my issue. My IPTV is in a different subnet than my local subnet. But, there is only 1 modem that is handling all this traffic.

The internet subnet is 192.168.1.x and the IPTV subnet is on another subnet. How would I go about capturing the packets that go to the IPTV. My goal is I'm trying to bypass the router so I can put my own router but I don't want to affect anything. I am pretty sure if I just plug in the other router it won't work I am sure I have to configure something on the other router.

router. Before getting to that part I'd like to know if there is a way for me to know how to see what is making the IPTV work. work.

Something interesting is when I do a netscan (like angry IP) and I put in the subnet of the IPTV all the IPS come back empty except for the IP of the Television. I'm not sure if that means anything but I should probably share that info

Any ideas? Thanks Thanks

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Brand new to wireshark!

Hello wireshark friends. I'm a systems administrator but I don't have any experience with Wireshark. I know it is a very powerful too so I'd like to get into using it more.

To start off I have a particular type of packet I'd like to capture. I'm trying to capture packets from my IP TV. Here is my issue. My IPTV is in a different subnet than my local subnet. But, there is only 1 modem that is handling all this traffic.

The internet subnet is 192.168.1.x and the IPTV subnet is on another subnet. How would I go about capturing the packets that go to the IPTV. My goal is I'm trying to bypass the router so I can put my own router but I don't want to affect anything. I am pretty sure if I just plug in the other router it won't work I am sure I have to configure something on the other router. Before getting to that part I'd like to know if there is a way for me to know how to see what is making the IPTV work.

Something interesting is when I do a netscan (like angry IP) and I put in the subnet of the IPTV all the IPS come back empty except for the IP of the Television. I'm not sure if that means anything but I should probably share that info

Any ideas? Thanks

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Brand new to wireshark!Wireshark!

Hello wireshark Wireshark friends. I'm a systems administrator but I don't have any experience with Wireshark. I know it is a very powerful too tool so I'd like to get into using it more.

To start off I have a particular type of packet I'd like to capture. I'm trying to capture packets from my IP TV. to/from my IPTV. Here is my issue. My IPTV is in a different subnet than my local subnet. But, there is only 1 one modem that is handling all this traffic.

The internet subnet is 192.168.1.x and the IPTV subnet is on another subnet. How would I go about capturing the packets that go to the IPTV. My goal is I'm trying to bypass the router so I can put in my own router but I don't want to affect anything. I am pretty sure if I just plug in the other router it won't work work. I am sure I have to configure something on the other router. Before getting to that part I'd like to know if there is a way for me to know how to see what is making the IPTV work.

Something interesting is when I do a netscan (like angry IP) and I put in the subnet of the IPTV all the IPS IP's come back empty except for the IP of the Television. I'm not sure if that means anything but I should probably share that info

Any ideas? Thanks