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Capture Data From an Photocopier

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I have an Sharp MX-3100 Sharp Photocopier, We use this to scan to email which  works 1 in 2. The second scan to email we get an NG80000 Error on the photocopier. When I test the connection to the smtp from the photocopier it all works.

The silly question is can I analyse what traffic is coming out of the photocopier?

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Use wireshark.

You may need a hub to put between your copier and switch to the network gateway with a system with wireshark connected to the hub.
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Thanks for trying, I going to setup an account with gmail for smtp
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