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The Intona Ethernet Debugger is a device to capture all packets between two Gigabit Ethernet devices. It is able to detect data direction, inter-frame gaps, CRC erros and non-ethernet frames – while bypassing the undesirable path through the operating system's network stack. Moreover, it is able to inject or disrupt packets.
In summary, it's the ideal tool to inspect, debug, disrupt or just record everything on the ethernet wire. A perfect companion to Wireshark!
The host tool for Windows, Linux and macOS is available as open source software.
The device is powered and accessed through USB 3.0. Installing the device will not destabilize your system. In particular, the device is not exposed as network device. This has the advantage that your OS will not mess with it.
|User Guide (Online)||link|
|User Guide (PDF)||download|
|Host tool source code||link to GitHub|
|Host tool Windows installer||download (~1.5 MByte, contains firmware update 1.06)|
|Letter of Volatility (Online)||link|
|Letter of Volatility (PDF)||download|
|Firmware 1.06 (latest)||download (MD5: b2f0d13528463854ac64050e4fd53f62)|
|Firmware 1.00||download (MD5: 9b202df67a1bcecbdb3ab2445681ca35)|
For macOS and Linux, the host tool can be easily built from sources. The Ethernet Debugger is best used with Wireshark as inspection tool.