Packet Captures allows you to capture all outgoing and incoming data from Things connected to Monogoto. Using Packet Capture, a PCAP file can be generated for a specific Thing which includes all data traffic routed via Monogoto over the past 60 minutes.
Packet capture is available for things that are connected to an APN served by Monogoto.
Activation or deactivation or the capture integration applies to the whole account.
Capture files will auto-delete after 30 days.
  1. 1.
    To enable the Packet Capture, select Captures at the left side menu
  2. 2.
    Select Activate Packet Capture Integration
  3. 3.
    A pop-up appears, which gives you more information about the Packet Capture integration. Click the button Activate
  4. 4.
    Once the integration has been enabled, you can generate a Packet Capture file by clicking the button New Capture:
    After enabling packet capture you must wait for 60 minutes before integration has been enabled and a capture can be created.
  5. 5.
    Fill in the IP Address of the Thing you want to generate the Packet Capture File for.
    You can find the IP address of your Thing by going to the Things page. When selecting a Thing, you will find its IP address :
  6. 6.
    Once generated, you can download the Capture File by clicking the button Download Capture File.
  7. 7.
    The Packet Capture File is downloaded in PCAP format and can be opened with a program such as Wire Shark. The PCAP file contains all data about the packets sent to and from a Thing, including:
    • IP address of the source
    • IP address of the destination
    • Transport protocol (e.g. HTTP, TCP, UDP)
    • Packet size in bytes
    • The payload of the data packet
    • The metadata of the data packets