Attacks on the internet keep on increasing and it causes harm to our security system. In order to minimize this threat, it is necessary to have a security system that has the ability to detect zero-day attacks and block them. “Honeypot is the proactive defense technology, in which resources placed in a network with the aim to observe and capture new attacks”. This paper proposes a honeypot-based model for intrusion detection system (IDS) to obtain the best useful data about the attacker. The ability and the limitations of Honeypots were tested and aspects of it that need to be improved were identified. In the future, we aim to use this trend for early prevention so that pre-emptive action is taken before any unexpected harm to our security system. Honeypots are decoy computer resources set up for the purpose of monitoring and logging the activities of entities that probe, attack or compromise them. Honeypot does work as an Intrusion Detection System which detect the attacker in a network. Activities on honeypots can be considered suspicious by definition, as there is no point for users to interact with these systems. In this paper, we proposed a honeypot system in the wireless network to attract the attackers. We have used different fake websites to do so. Honeypot helps in detecting intrusion attacking on the system. The information gathered by watching a honeypot being probed is invaluable. The honeypot act as a normal system in the network having fake detailor invaluable information. It gives information about attacks and attack patterns. The Honeypot will make the attacker to attack the particular sites and side by side monitor its illegal steps to confirm about its identity. This proposed work will make the IP address of attacker to be blocked for further access of any site in the network. The proposed model has more advantages that can response accurately and swiftly to unknown attacks and lifetime safer for the network security. In future the network can be preserved by getting the information regarding the attacker from the Honeypot system. Honeypots are going to become a critical weapon in the good guys' arsenals. They don't catch only the lame hackers. Sometimes they catch the new tools and are able to reduce their effectiveness in the wild by letting security practitioners quickly react before they become widespread. They don't catch just the script kiddies outside your firewall but the hackers who work for your own company. They don't catch just unimportant stuff; sometimes they catch industrial spies. They can be time- and effort-consuming to set up and operate, but they're fun, instructive, and a terrific way for a good guy to gain an education on computer forensics in a real-world, low-risk environment.