Capturing Traffic from Other Devices
|Product Version||1.0.0 and above|
|Operating System||macOS, Windows, Linux|
How to capture HTTP/HTTPS traffic from a client on the same network as the Fiddler Everywhere host?
The Fiddler Everywhere proxy can capture HTTP/HTTPS traffic from virtually any device (like a computer, smartphone, smart tv, etc.) on the same network as the Fiddler Everywhere host. Before configuring the proxy on the client machine and the host, you must consider the following prerequisites:
- The Fiddler Everywhere host and the client using the Fiddler Everywhere proxy must be on the same network.
- The Fiddler Everywhere host and the client using the Fiddler Everywhere proxy must be discoverable on the network. There must be no administrative limitations or security policies that prevent device discovery on the local network.
If you can ping the Fiddler host from the client device and the other way around, that would indicate that both devices are "seeing" each other.
Enable the remote connections of Fiddler Everywhere through Settings > Connections > Allow remote computers to connect.
Check the local IP address of the Fiddler Everywhere application host. You can use the connection status on the lower right-hand side to obtain the host IP address. Alternatively, you can get the IP address while using ipconfig/ ifconfig (depending on the OS).
Enable system capturing.
On the target machine, go to the system proxy settings
Open the client's manual proxy settings:
Enter the IP address of the Fiddler Everywhere host—for example, 192.168.148.39.
Enter the Fiddler Everywhere proxy port. By default, the port is 8866.
Open a browser on the iOS device and type the http://ipv4.fiddler:8866 echo service address of Fiddler Everywhere.
The echo service address is accessible only when the system capturing is turned on.
Click the Fiddler root certificate link to download it.
Open your client's certificate manager (like Keychain App on macOS or Certificate Manager on Windows), install, and fully trust the downloaded Fiddler certificate.