In my 4 previous blog post I explained each part of this Proof-of-concept, they are:
- Analysing Wireless traffic in real time with WSO2 BAM, Apache Cassandra, Complex Event Processor (CEP Siddhi), Apache Thrift and Python:
- Part I (http://wp.me/p8pPj-pE)
- Part II (http://wp.me/p8pPj-pW)
- Part III (http://wp.me/p8pPj-qe)
- A Python Microservice in a Docker Container (MAC Address Manufacturer Lookup):
- http://wp.me/p8pPj-qG Now, in this blog post I’m going to explain how to run two Docker Containers, the WSO2 BAM and the MAC Address Manufacturer Lookup containers, by using Docker Compose.
// clone 2 repositories $ git clone https://github.com/chilcano/docker-wso2bam-kismet-poc.git $ cd docker-wso2bam-kismet-poc $ git clone https://github.com/chilcano/wso2bam-wifi-thrift-cassandra-poc.git // run docker compose $ docker-compose up -d Starting dockerwso2bamkismetpoc_mac-manuf_1 Starting dockerwso2bamkismetpoc_wso2bam-dashboard-kismet_1
Above, the diagram explaining this.
Now, if you want to run all together in a few minutes, just runs the Docker Compose Yaml file.
For a deeply explanation, follow the instructions on README.md (https://github.com/chilcano/docker-wso2bam-kismet-poc). If everything is OK, you will get a huge amount of data (WIFI traffic) stored in Apache Cassandra and a simple Dashboard showing captured MAC Addresses and Manufacturer of the Wireless Devices (PC, Mobiles, WIFI Access Points, Tablets, etc..) around of your Raspberry Pi.
I hope you will find this blog posts useful.