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- May 27, 2020 at 5:30 pm #255921
I need to analyse a few services and their outgoing requests. Now the clients may be any device so this cannot be done on the client, it has to be done in the network. The requests are typically rest services, but may also include other types of services.
In the example there is a client sending some data to “a service” located at [aservice.test.com](https://aservice.test.com), I can easily take control over the local requests for [test.com](https://test.com) through the local dns and redirect traffic to that address wherever I want. Ideally this would be some sort of tunnel that also could capture that traffic and pass the data to the real service.
Is there a best practice for this, or anything that would suit my scenario.
- May 27, 2020 at 5:30 pm #255922
Squid proxy can do this. You’ll have to configure all devices to route traffic through the proxy
- May 27, 2020 at 5:30 pm #255923
You could use a tap on the switch to capture the traffic on the wire.
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