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I would like to check out where my chinese IP camera might want to connect. It is wired into a hub (good old fashioned) with my PC being on the same hub and it is connected to the network router. Still if I capture in promiscuous mode in wireshark, I only see the traffic of my own computer (win 7) and nothing from the ip camera to the rest of the world. Even if I watch the ip cam's picture during the capture from my phone, nothing seems to happen. Any help is appreciated.

asked 20 Nov '16, 13:14

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Have you tried to connect something else than the camera to the hub and do the same test? It sounds as if it is not a hub although it is called like that. Some 10/100 hubs had a 10 Mbit/s hub and a 100 Mbit/s hub with a bridge between them. What is the exact make/model of the hub?

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answered 20 Nov '16, 13:18

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