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Re: [Full-disclosure] Re: Re: in-line coax monitoring device
From: Volker Tanger (vtlistswyae.de)
Date: Wed Sep 28 2005 - 01:35:11 CDT
On Tue, 27 Sep 2005 14:34:09 +0100
"Dave Korn" <davek_throwawayhotmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Добрый вечер...looking for an in-line coax monitoring device that
> >>> will give me the ability to monitor/capture and decode all traffic
> > Even simpler: it's the T-shaped BNC coax adapter you use to connect
> > a PC to the coax network.
> No it isn't. Do you really think it's possible to broadcast two
> hundred channels of video plus supply broadband IP
Ah! Vocabulary mixup - so you were talking about a "Cable-TV" type of
connection instead of 10base-2/5! Well, then indeed it is more
complicated than grabbing into the mothball box...
Does "decode all traffic" include the video part or just the IP packets?
Best ask the IP access provider as there are a number of different IP
access technologies in use, some using encryption (of varying quality).
Volker Tanger http://www.wyae.de/volker.tanger/
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