Inspecting device simulator traffic using fiddler

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  1. Dean
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    Oct 2012

    Posted 27 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Our icenium project connects to a json web service (that's on a different machine) but I can't view the traffic in fiddler, I've tried a few different things like changing the port number fiddler listens on and getting fiddler to listen for traffic from the simulator process only. However nothing seems to show up in fiddler. Is there a way to do this? Should it just work? Could it be something to do with our network?
  2. Neven Dinev
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    Posted 28 Feb 2013 Link to this post


    From your requests it is not clear if you are able to see some of the other Graphite requests(assuming you are using Graphite). However here are some tips that may help you to resolve the problem.

    1. Do a simple experiment by creating a project using jquery template. Open fiddler and the simulator and look for request to You may change the location in the gelolocation pane and click refresh location button within the device. This will produce request that is captured by fiddler(just verified)

    2. If the above is not captured by fiddler it seems there is a configuration issue. Make sure that Fiddler options/Connections the fiddler is configured as system proxy.

    3. Check windows proxy configuration (windows 7 - in Start type "Configure proxy server"; or go to IE proxy configuration). There is an option Bypass proxy server for local address. It should be off(it is off by default)

    4. Another idea is to try Fiddler to be on another machine and you manually to set proxy on your machine to the another(fiddler) one.

    Hope this helps
    All the best,

    Neven Dinev
    the Telerik team

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