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    Default Wifi connection logging

    Is there a quick way to find out what internet connections the iphone makes? I mean a list of IP addresses or something, not necessarily a full packet sniffer.
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    Or perhaps someone who has the right tools could compile this for the iPhone: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ipgrab/
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    Talking to myself here - no problem :p. I found out how to use the tcpdump command from the BSD Subsystem package. So this thing was already on my phone; how convenient. Via terminal/PuTTY it's a matter of issuing a command like
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    tcpdump -i en0 -e -A -s 0 -f -p -v > ~/dump.txt
    after which traffic is logged in dump.txt until the tcpdump process is killed (which I do with the SysInfo application).

    If it's not useful to anyone, never mind.
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    One more thing...

    tcpdump used in the form
    Code:
    tcpdump -i en0 -s 0 -w ~/dump
    (particularly with the -w switch) seems to block internet traffic. There's no response from the DNS server when I have this running. Without -w everything works.

    Does anyone know about this and how to remedy it?
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    hey Jim,

    I used this method now several times and captured traffic with my ipod. I wanted to
    open it with wireshark to get the pcap file. but this doesnt work since 1.1.3 i think

    i got another way to get capture the packeges via "Ngrep" wich you have to copy onto your ipod/phone via ssh..... then u start it with term-vt100 or somthing else. this will result in an *.pcap file on the device ^^
    16Gb IPod Touch 1.1.2 OOTB
    bought in the USA
    fw 1.1.3
    nate`s jailbreaked on win


 

 

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