BSD version

BSD version

Postby Guest » Wed Sep 26, 2001 9:57 am

You can find a bsd version of netstumbler here. http://www.dachb0den.com/projects/bsd-airtools.html
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dstumbler for *BSD

Postby Guest » Wed Oct 31, 2001 10:02 am

Specifically, 'dstumbler' is a Netstumbler-LIKE (not identical) application for Open/Net/FreeBSD. When used with a serial GPS device, dstumbler will log LAT/LONG along with the network name, MAC, and signal strength information.

Each time a AP is contacted the data is logged, so there will be multiple log entries for each network, making true 'mapping' more feasible.

We tested _both_ Netstumbler and dstumbler using a pair of Dell laptops with the Orinoco (Gold) card, and dstumbler logged one very weak signal that the Windows Netstumbler host missed.

Dstumbler should work with the Prism-II card, or any other card that works under BSD.


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