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Packet sniffin problems
Hi, can anyone explain the following:
When I have my xbox and desktop plugged into a hub, then into my router and
monitor traffic from the XBox on the Desktop
When I have my xbox and Laptop (which has a WiFi connection) into a hub then
into my router, I cannot monitor xbox traffic on my laptop.
Does this scenario have anything to do with the WiFi connection???
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