A reliable software that helps you to quickly detect wireless local area networks (WLANs) and search for locations with poor coverage in your WLAN Searching for Wi-Fi networks while being in a moving vehicle may seem like a waste of time to some people. The rest call it wardriving. You only need to be on the move, have a portable computer and use specific software. The market provides various applications on several platforms, Windows receiving the support of programs such as NetStumbler, InSSIDer or Ekahau Heat Mapper.
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NetStumbler also delivers detailed information about detected networks and their correspondent routers and access points. You are given the MAC address, SSID, Name, Channel, Speed, Vendor, Type, Encryption, SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio), Signal, Noise, IP address, Subnet, Latitude, Longitude or First / Last Seen. The application also supports GPS modules for the wardriver in you. These details are presented when the List View is set. You can go for the Graph View to inspect the signal strength, noise level and signal loss. The Options window starts up offering a slider to set the Scan Speed accompanied by the `Auto adjust using GPS` function. You can also choose the Angle Format within the Display section, set up your GPS device, manage Scripting and `Enable MIDI output of SNR`.
Network Stumbler 0.4.0.554 Serial Key is a wifi scanner and monitor tool for windows, it allows you to detect WLANs using 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g wireless cards. Its targeted to network professionals however is widely used by networking enthusiasts and hackers because it helps you find non broadcasting wireless networks. Among it uses are: 1.- Verify that our network is well configured. 2.- Study the signal strength or coverage on different points of our network. 3.- Detect interference between one or more wireless networks. 4.- Its really useful to point directional antennas for long distance links or just put the wireless card and antenna in the best signal point. 5.- Can be used to detect non authorized connections. 6.- Wardriving, which means detect all routers near to your network. It offers same of the functions mentioned above for GPS networks, obviously using the correct antennas, however isnt commonly used to achieve this. Unfortunately it doesnt support all wireless cards and Windows Vista isnt officially supported, thought some people reports that it works fine, I didnt have the same luck and it didnt work on my laptop. If you need Net Stumbler functionality in Vista, try Vista Stumbler! Network Stumbler pre-Activated is a wifi and GPS scanner and monitor tool for windows 2K / XP
- Not all wireless cards are compatible
- small download
- Not compatible with Vista
NetStumbler's position in Softpedia's Network Monitoring category is the sole result of users' appreciation toward its dynamic yet vigorous set of tools. While it helps you in numerous scenarios, it never fails to deliver accurate results and exhaustive statistics regarding every single WLAN in your area. Wardriving or not, NetStumbler is the thing for you when it comes to thorough Wi-Fi networks investigation. Download Network Stumbler 0.4 Full Version Free Download – A reliable software that helps you to quickly detect wireless local area networks (WLANs) and search for locations with poor coverage in your WLAN
System Requirements for Network Stumbler:
- The Proxim models 8410-WD and 8420-WD are known to work. The 8410-WD has also been sold as the Dell TrueMobile 1150, Compaq WL110, Avaya Wireless 802.11b PC Card, and others.
- Most cards based on the Intersil Prism/Prism2 chip set also work.
- Most 802.11b, 802.11a and 802.11g wireless LAN adapters should work on Windows XP.
- Windows 2003, Windows 7 32/64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2K
- Homepage: www.NetStumbler.com
- Author NetStumbler
- Last version 0.4.0.554
I’m currently using Network Stumbler to see SNR data of some WLan SSID. But can anyone tell me how to record or save these SNR values using this software? Or if it can not, please suggest me other software which will be able to do recording or saving for SNR value.
To save your data using Network Stumbler, you either use the Save As option or the Export one. The latter one will allow you to save the data to various file formats like text files. Both options can be found under the File button on the upper toolbar. By choosing the available options, you can select between each one. For additional information, you can check the User Manual that is available under the Help from the same toolbar.
What’s new in last version:
Fixed bug (introduced in 0.3.30) that caused "Reconfigure" to put ORiNOCO cards into a state where they would report no access points.
Support for Atheros, Atmel, Intersil Prism based wireless cards. Improved support for Cisco cards.
Allow use of Serial Earthmate GPS. (USB Earthmate should already work using NMEA and serial driver)
If you scroll all the way to the right of the graph view, it will auto-scroll new data.
Fixed bug (introduced in 0.3.30) in graph view: corrupted display when scrolling.
Fixed bug in graph view: improper scroll bar tracking with large data sets.
If "Reconfigure" is on, the Windows XP Wireless Zero Configuration service will be stopped when you start scanning. It is restarted when the application exits.
If you connect to a network that supports DHCP, the IP subnet is reported.
If the access point is discovered in the ARP table, its IP address is reported.
While you are scanning, the system will be prevented from going into standby unless power is critically low.
Network Stumbler 0.4.0 Full Version Serial Key