Re: [Full-disclosure] Re: in-line coax monitoring device
From: Alex Krycek (alex_krycek_at_hush.com)
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 12:45:28 -0700 To: <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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the thing is that its not a BNC connection - its a RG6 F-Type coax
connection - like for your cable TV connection.
On Mon, 26 Sep 2005 12:23:36 -0700 Volker Tanger <email@example.com>
>"Dave Korn" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> >From: Alex Krycek
>> > Добрый вечер...looking for an in-line coax monitoring device
>> > will give me the ability to monitor/capture and decode all
>> The device you are looking for does exist. It's called a
>Even simpler: it's the T-shaped BNC coax adapter you use to
>connect a PC
>to the coax network. If you don't have a BNC/coax input on your PC
>more, you could use a simple (older?) SOHO office hub that
>both, BNC and RJ45 connectors, plug the T into BNC and your PC
>of the RJ45 connectors.
>For monitoring you can use basically any ethernet analyzer,
>etherape, tcpdump, whatever...
>Volker Tanger http://www.wyae.de/volker.tanger/
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