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Log dns queries and match them to client ip. Doesn't work if client changes dns server though. If one has a wifi network, they have a router as well. Router usually provides dhcp and dns services. Any decent wifi box has logging features that can be enabled to log traffic to some extent. Another way is to modify dhcp to provide another dns box which logs queries.

Log dns queries and match them to client ip. Doesn't work if client changes dns server though.

Log dns queries and match them to client ip. Doesn't work if client changes dns server though. If one has a wifi network, they have a router as well. Router usually provides dhcp and dns services. Any decent wifi box has logging features that can be enabled to log traffic to some extent. Another way is to modify dhcp to provide another dns box which logs queries.

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Log dns queries and match them to client ip. Doesn't work if client changes dns server though.