Usually, the network traffic-capturing techniques you learned in Chapter 2 should suffice, but occasionally you’ll encounter tricky situations that require more advanced ways to capture network traffic. Sometimes, the challenge is an embedded platform that can only be configured with the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP); other times, there may be a network that offers you little control unless you’re directly connected to it.

Most of the advanced traffic-capturing techniques discussed in this chapter use existing network infrastructure and protocols to redirect traffic. None of the techniques require specialty hardware; all you’ll need are software packages commonly found on various operating systems. ...

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