Please help me with these

JadelorJadelor Member Posts: 1


  • rootedrooted Gulf Coast, USModerator Posts: 800
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    What do you want to know?

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    edited March 2020
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  • SeabeeChiefSeabeeChief USAMember Posts: 3
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    While I am not sure what you are asking. Here is what I see from what you have presented. The ports that are showing are normal and common. I would venture a guess you either have a web browser open or application on the phone that uses the web browser to fetch data. It looks like you are streaming some data from a known fixed point. I would guess you have a security camera you are connected to. My guess from the presentation that you are viewing the camera and are streaming video from it. The packet loss is normal over Wi-Fi. Did you suspect something nefarious going on?
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