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  • AhamedB2 commented on joe's instructable Make a Passive Network Tap2 months ago
    Make a Passive Network Tap

    Even this article is too old to consider as 'Active' it seems Google still send some traffic for people looking for passive network monitoring solution. To answer @bryanbrews question, you can monitor part of network data with network monitor application but when it comes to capture EVERY Bit of traffic and most impotently Stealthily device like this tap instrument is must. Even it act like some other 'bridge' equipment, it NEVER sent any data to trace back this device. It is something like wireless / radio scanner, it 'catch' all traffic without 'transmit' single bits if data ....

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  • Dell Laptop WI-FI High Gain Antenna Mod, Increase Internal Network Cards Range and Signal !!!

    I think problem might not even on WiFi card; as we are referencing them as 'Primary' / 'Aux' antenna is not what we thinking. Can you remember, almost all internal card come with 'BlueTooth' capability? I did find various android device having 3 separate antenna + connector + pigtail cable for WiFi + GPS + GSM/WCDMA/EDGE etc. On laptop/netbook environment all most all I opend I found having to connectors occupied and they are working together with their different roll; One is TX and Other is RX ( One connector is dedicated to scan/receive signal and comparing with other for noise reduction and other solely used for RF power transmitting away. And as both of connector share same 'Ground Plate' scenario become more complicated as you might introducing total new kind of environment wher...

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    I think problem might not even on WiFi card; as we are referencing them as 'Primary' / 'Aux' antenna is not what we thinking. Can you remember, almost all internal card come with 'BlueTooth' capability? I did find various android device having 3 separate antenna + connector + pigtail cable for WiFi + GPS + GSM/WCDMA/EDGE etc. On laptop/netbook environment all most all I opend I found having to connectors occupied and they are working together with their different roll; One is TX and Other is RX ( One connector is dedicated to scan/receive signal and comparing with other for noise reduction and other solely used for RF power transmitting away. And as both of connector share same 'Ground Plate' scenario become more complicated as you might introducing total new kind of environment where both antenna fighting each other or even your attached antenna is not for WiFi range at all! Try changing few other available antena around before go for final dicission... Good Luck

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