[nSLUG] Municiple WiFi: Wi-Fire USB Antenna
D G Teed
donald.teed at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 15:44:42 ADT 2007
Netstumbler is available on Windows and does a graphical
display, showing security and channel numbers, etc. On open
source I know of nothing like it that runs on Linux.
There is iStumbler, for the Mac, which is available
as source, but it is hardware specific.
If there was some sort of kismet to rrdtool glue it
could make a web version of something like this.
On 8/29/07, Mike Spencer <mspencer at tallships.ca> wrote:
> Geroge wrote:
> > At home there are 4 other wireless routers visible to my upstairs
> > office....
> So... How do you "see" them? Do you have some sort of software that
> monitors wireless signals and provides a graphic display updated in
> (more or less) real time?
> What is it?
> My distro has a bunch of command line utilities for wireless and all
> is cool at home in the woods. But if I go into town, I'd like to have
> real time graphic updates on access point availability, signal
> strength etc. I'd want to choose which net to join if Bad Mojo Cafe,
> Pogo Memorial Freenet, Default and KewlDoodNet all have open access
> and usable signals. I have the feeling I'm missing some software that
> other people -- other Linux wireless users -- take for granted.
> - Mike
> Michael Spencer Nova Scotia, Canada .~.
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