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Capture Probe Request Frames

Posted on 2013-05-30
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I am looking for a method to capture Probe Request Frames through a linux based wireless access point (Ubiquiti Airmax).

Is there a way I could do this through CLI?
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by:Mazdajai
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Have you check if tcpdump is available in the cli?
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by:Sleezed
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Unfortunately it's not available.
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by:Sleezed
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Correction - TCPDUMP is available.

Can anyone suggest an appropriate filter for Probe requests and responses?
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There are build-in filters for probe-req and probe-resp in tcpdump. I am not sure if the one in your distro supports it since it may vary. You would need to check with the vendor.

http://sparebits.wikispaces.com/tcpdump+wireless+filters
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