Take an old laptop with WiFi and CAT5 plug. Configure this as a Linux server with the plug with its IP-address and WLAN as “private”. Now bridge the two, you can write code for every port, you can trace every packet. You can block those you want outside and allow what you accept. Linux distributions like Mint[Linux Mint](www.linuxmint.com) have standard tools for this but you can make your own tracking tools. It’s not that difficult.
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