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Old 03-23-2013, 05:39 PM   #1
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tcpdump picking up everything on wireless network


tcpdump -XX -vvv -s0 -i en1
used the above command to check out what is getting published on the network. this messages is between my wife's computer 192.168.1.5 and this network device called a sonos 192.168.1.4 - it s an external stero system - it is currently playing the pandora playlist from the wifes computer . my ip address is 192.168.1.7. i am connected to a wireless router which i is 192.168.1.1

my question is I really do not understand why i am picking up this traffic since it is listed from 192,168.1.4 to 1.5 and i am 192.168.1.7

like i did not think i cold pick up traffic directed to another ip address

Code:

11:41:08.944300 IP (tos 0x0, ttl 64, id 38119, offset 0, flags [DF], proto TCP (6), length 1500) 192.168.1.4.td-postman > 192.168.1.5.csms2: ., cksum 0x430d (correct), 1:1449(1448) ack 1 win 5840 <nop,nop,timestamp 289995991 654466042>
    0x0000:  20c9 d0b9 3269 000e 585a 4a52 0800 4500  ....2i..XZJR..E.
    0x0010:  05dc 94e7 4000 4006 1cdb c0a8 0104 c0a8  ....@.@.........
    0x0020:  0105 0419 0d48 0f98 6828 585e 5404 8010  .....H..h(X^T...
    0x0030:  16d0 430d 0000 0101 080a 1148 fcd7 2702  ..C........H..'.
    0x0040:  5bfa 4e4f 5449 4659 202f 6e6f 7469 6679  [.NOTIFY./notify
    0x0050:  2048 5454 502f 312e 310d 0a48 4f53 543a  .HTTP/1.1..HOST:
    0x0060:  2031 3932 2e31 3638 2e31 2e35 3a33 3430  .192.168.1.5:340
    0x0070:  300d 0a43 4f4e 5445 4e54 2d54 5950 453a  0..CONTENT-TYPE:
    0x0080:  2074 6578 742f 786d 6c0d 0a43 4f4e 5445  .text/xml..CONTE
    0x0090:  4e54 2d4c 454e 4754 483a 2036 3836 330d  NT-LENGTH:.6863.
    0x00a0:  0a4e 543a 2075 706e 703a 6576 656e 740d  .NT:.upnp:event.
    0x00b0:  0a4e 5453 3a20 7570 6e70 3a70 726f 7063  .NTS:.upnp:propc
    0x00c0:  6861 6e67 650d 0a53 4944 3a20 7575 6964  hange..SID:.uuid
    0x00d0:  3a52 494e 434f 4e5f 3030 3045 3538 3541  :RINCON_000E585A
    0x00e0:  3441 3532 3031 3430 305f 7375 6230 3030  4A5201400_sub000
    0x00f0:  3030 3030 3139 370d 0a53 4551 3a20 3430  0000197..SEQ:.40
    0x0100:  0d0a 0d0a 3c65 3a70 726f 7065 7274 7973  ....<e:propertys
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    0x0230:  743b 4375 7272 656e 7450 6c61 794d 6f64  t;CurrentPlayMod
    0x0240:  6520 7661 6c3d 2671 756f 743b 4e4f 524d  e.val=&quot;NORM
    0x0250:  414c 2671 756f 743b 2f26 6774 3b26 6c74  AL&quot;/&gt;&lt
    0x0260:  3b43 7572 7265 6e74 4372 6f73 7366 6164  ;CurrentCrossfad
    0x0270:  654d 6f64 6520 7661 6c3d 2671 756f 743b  eMode.val=&quot;
    0x0280:  3026 7175 6f74 3b2f 2667 743b 266c 743b  0&quot;/&gt;&lt;
    0x0290:  4e75 6d62 6572 4f66 5472 6163 6b73 2076  NumberOfTracks.v
    0x02a0:  616c 3d26 7175 6f74 3b38 2671 756f 743b  al=&quot;8&quot;
    0x02b0:  2f26 6774 3b26 6c74 3b43 7572 7265 6e74  /&gt;&lt;Current
    0x02c0:  5472 6163 6b20 7661 6c3d 2671 756f 743b  Track.val=&quot;
    0x02d0:  3426 7175 6f74 3b2f 2667 743b 266c 743b  4&quot;/&gt;&lt;
    0x02e0:  4375 7272 656e 7453 6563 7469 6f6e 2076  CurrentSection.v
    0x02f0:  616c 3d26 7175 6f74 3b30 2671 756f 743b  al=&quot;0&quot;
    0x0300:  2f26 6774 3b26 6c74 3b43 7572 7265 6e74  /&gt;&lt;Current
    0x0310:  5472 6163 6b55 5249 2076 616c 3d26 7175  TrackURI.val=&qu
    0x0320:  6f74 3b70 6e64 7272 6164 696f 2d68 7474  ot;pndrradio-htt
    0x0330:  703a 2f2f 6175 6469 6f2d 7376 352d 7431  p://audio-sv5-t1
    0x0340:  2d33 2e70 616e 646f 7261 2e63 6f6d 2f61  -3.pandora.com/a
    0x0350:  6363 6573 732f 3630 3733 3730 3235 3034  ccess/6073702504
    0x0360:  3437 3932 3439 3532 393f 7665 7273 696f  479249529?versio
    0x0370:  6e3d 3426 616d 703b 616d 703b 6c69 643d  n=4&amp;amp;lid=
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Last edited by casperdaghost; 03-23-2013 at 05:40 PM.
 
Old 03-23-2013, 06:19 PM   #2
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All traffic on that interface will be captured and displayed. This doesn't happen on a wired netwrok these days as with a switch connecting multiple machines, the traffic is never placed on the cable your machine is connected to. This didn't used to be the case with hubs, but that's (almost totally) ancient history now. But all wireless recievers can always see all traffic on the network as it's literally in the air, there is no mechanism by which it's not readable by all devices that are correctly connected to that AP. All devices MUST see all traffic, as there's nothing else to say whether it is for them or not.
 
Old 03-23-2013, 06:39 PM   #3
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so my neighbor could potentially see my wife's playlist?
 
Old 03-23-2013, 06:43 PM   #4
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no, it's only for devices on the same ESSID. So actually... no, not unless you've bad security on your home router and they steal your wifi.
 
  


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