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You asked for ideas and... here is mine. To solve your problem, you've two very limiting conditions: You're unable to take hands on your Cisco ('cause it's not yours and its configuration cannot be changed to suite your needs); You cannot change (at least, not easily) the way Zeroshell is working (due to the very nature of Zeroshell itself [it's quite ...


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There are probably a great many ways to do this, but here's what comes to mind for me. It doesn't seem so hard. This might actually be a fun exercise. First, you want to geolocate the IP address. There are a few free ones such as HostIP.info and IPInfoDB (among MANY others). You should probably try and grab a zip code, or if you're international, then ...


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I'm just guessing, but we recently had storms of strange packets which Wireshark didn't understand, either. After a few days a coworker noticed that the packets make more sense and look like IPv6/Ethernet Multicast packets if you remove the first 16 bytes. (Seeing 33:33 somewhere later in the byte stream looked familiar...) In our case it were Apple ...



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