NDs Wifi Monitering

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Aug 24, 2011

NDs Wifi Monitering by gudenau at 11:33 PM (1,521 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. gudenau
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    I would like to know if there is a way to have a proxy on my pc that my dses dns points to so I can monitor and or edit the packets and websites it uses, any ideas?

    I posted here because it is not hacking the ds directly.
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    all i know is how to check your dses ip
    get beup live 0.7 beta waiot for it to run it will say your ip
     
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    Easiest way would be to set your PC up as an access point- http://gbatemp.net/t223663-tutorial-making...t-ap-for-ds-psp and either run your own DNS, redirection or routing.
    I have not tried it but you might also be able to do a static IP for your DS and then point the DNS options at a DNS server on your network.

    After this we wander into the murky world of consumer routers (they save options for the more expensive models) and worse ISP locked ones (they often get locked down really tight to the point where changing a DNS server on one is near impossible) or if you prefer injection methods (a local DNS server will be quicker than a remote one).
     
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    Or ipconfig in cmd.
     
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    How could I make my pc a dns server for this? Linux is fine for me.
     
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    How may I set this up for what i want, with the dns part I meant on the ds.
     
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    try simpleDNS, which is the one we use for spoofing Nintendo Video servers (giving us content in non-US regions). but yeah, i think you'll need to setup your PC as an access point as well.
     
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    Thaks, but how do I watch the packets and is there a free server?
     
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    burp proxy might be useful. it is a local proxy that lets you modify packets as they flow
     
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    Thanks, I will try it.
     
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    Wait, how do I use it.
     

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