Xbox One traffic

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  1. Richard
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    Aug 2017

    Posted 26 Aug 2017 Link to this post


    I have a non-dev Xbox One that I am trying to use fiddler on my laptop to intercept and decrypt the data.  Since I have the non-dev Xbox One I can't put any files on the system allowing the use of a proxy. The most used bypass for using saying a VPN on an Xbox One is to use a different DNS to pass the data through, I've tried this in settings on the Xbox One but it doesn't seem to actually pull any data from the Xbox.  Is there any guidance you could give me?

  2. Alexander
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    Posted 31 Aug 2017 Link to this post


    How to properly setup Fiddler as a proxy in different network scenarios is not a Fiddler-related problem, hence it's not covered by the Fiddler technical support.

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  3. Gary
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    Posted 05 Oct 2017 Link to this post

    As Alexander has already explained that this is not a Fiddler-related issue, I, however, would want to know, why exactly would you require a VPN for Xbox? Because, for me, I generally use it to stream TV and Movie titles on Netflix on my console, because most of the titles that are in US content library aren't available in my region, so a VPN helps me in unblocking those titles. I would recommend you to further go through this guide that discussed in great detail about the query you just posted: I hope it helps.
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