Hi - I'm trying to figure what HTTP commands are being sent to my IP speakers. I've got most of what I want using firefox inspector on my laptop and the 'airstudio' site on(?) my speakers. For instance the command for speakers to pickup auxillary jack is GET,http://192.168.1.82:8889/aux. The command I cant capture is volume up/down. I cant send volume up/down from my laptop as the UI only has a slider control and only captures an absolute value (that looks like this GET,http://192.168.1.82:8889/VOLUME$VAL$64). What I want is the command that gets sent when using phone/tablet volume control as these both have physical volume buttons that the speakers respond to. The speakers are on 192.168.1.82 and the tablet on 192.168.1.126 which i've confirmed on router page. So I fired up Wireshark and pointed it at SpezzaNet wifi. Then I added this filter; "ip.src==192.168.1.126 AND ip.dst==192.168.1.82". Then Wireshark goes all quiet. Clearly I've got something wrong but not sure what. Help appreciated! :-/
asked 03 Jun '14, 12:44
O.K. you cannot use Wireshark to capture wifi/wlan traffic on Windows in monitor mode (meaning: capture traffic of other wlan/wifi clients), as WinPcap (the capturing subsystem) does not support monitor mode on Windows.
Your options are:
answered 05 Jun '14, 12:52
Kurt Knochner ♦
edited 05 Jun '14, 12:52
Other options are: - Enable routing on the capture system and use ARP spoofing. - Wire the capture system into the path (requires two interfaces) and configure it as a bridge.
answered 06 Jun '14, 00:39