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I have a wireless router from which few people use internet.When I use wireshark and select wireless connection network as interface I see that packets only from my ip address to router and so on is shown but not the others who connected to same router. How can I achieve this?

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asked 06 Jan '15, 18:49

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Please read the WLAN/Wireless Capture Wiki, especially the part about "monitor mode"

Then search this site for "monitor mode" to see other answers for similar questions.

Then search google for "Wireshark wireless sniffing",

OR read the following article.


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answered 07 Jan '15, 01:49

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