Last updated September 18, 2012, compatible with analyzer version 4.0 and up and if Peryton-TG Add-On is enabled.
This User Defined Script ‘looks’ for messages received from a specific device based on its Short Mac Source Address, changes one of the message’s bytes to ’0′ (e.g. this can be used to changed the source or destination address) and transmits it over-the-air using the defined Traffic Generator Add-On settings (note that still ALL RECEIVED messages – no filtering – are recorded and kept in the data capture .anl file).
All received messages as well as the new duplicated and changed messages transmitted (in parallel) by the Traffic Generator Add-On are shown in Time View and the other Perytons™ Protocol Analyzer views. The Short Mac Source Address of the received message that triggers a preparation of a changed message and its transmission, is predefined in hexadecimal format using the analyzer’s ‘Preferences’, ‘General’ tab, ‘Connection String’ field under ‘Tools’.
For example: if ’12AB’ is placed in the Connection String field, when messages from a device with Short Mac Source Address = 0x12AB these will be duplicated, one of the messages’ bytes will be changed to 0×0000 and will be re-transmitted back over the air based on the defined settings of the Traffic Generator form. Note that if the Connection String is left empty, all received messages are both shown and transmitted over the air. The User Defined Script can run in parallel of the data being captured.
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