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    TrantaLocked there is no way to do that unless...

    TrantaLocked

    there is no way to do that unless your supplicant supports it and assuming you're on windows, it's built in one does not. You can try checking that you do not have roaming...
  2. rlwrenn its just noise/artifacts and may even be...

    rlwrenn
    its just noise/artifacts and may even be caused by the scanning of your laptop (try turning off your wifi NIC while using wispy). either way, the dutycycle is low, so its not going to impact...
  3. xtonda yes, this can happen. inssider is...

    xtonda
    yes, this can happen. inssider is frequently and forcefully asking the wifi driver to scan and report all networks it sees. Depending your wifi chipset and driver, this can cause delay to...
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    hi Stephen thanks. It would seem IoctlNDIS and...

    hi Stephen
    thanks. It would seem IoctlNDIS and ManagedWifi are sitting above inssider in GIT and just had to download them separately.

    In regards to the diagnostic, in the end I just removed all...
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    no meaning to it and certainly not any form of...

    no meaning to it and certainly not any form of hearbeat, Inssider is just plotting what the driver for your wireless card is returning up to windows. Signal is always time variant, and different...
  6. April It looks like bluetooth and at that...

    April
    It looks like bluetooth and at that reported strength possibly on the capture laptop itself.
    regards
    -jeff
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    hi Stephen any update on this ? i urgently...

    hi Stephen

    any update on this ? i urgently need to build inssider to debug what's coming out of the NDIS layer, people blaming APs for signal fluctuations when i suspect it's at the driver layer....
  8. bump.... any release planned soon? thx.

    bump.... any release planned soon?
    thx.
  9. No worries.... If i may, what's the estimated...

    No worries.... If i may, what's the estimated time frame for that next release ?
  10. Hi Tyler Does Metageek have a plan to roll out...

    Hi Tyler
    Does Metageek have a plan to roll out 2.0.7 - hopefully with this fix (i just looked at github and there has been no activity as far as i can tell since Jan 2011) ?

    This bug (see issue...
  11. Thread: Zigbee carnage

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    Zigbee carnage

    Just posting up some samples I captured. captured at a large sporting event where international media bought their own devices - seems some of them bought Zigbee devices.

    Impact to clients...
  12. good call on the hash func, probably a safer way...

    good call on the hash func, probably a safer way (thanks for the code, will add it in to my build as a matter of correctness!). I took the (lazy) path with the assumption that after the chop of the...
  13. no bug number - but i believe it's the same issue...

    no bug number - but i believe it's the same issue as https://github.com/metageek-llc/inSSIDer-2/issues#issue/29 (or at least it is now)
  14. hi thebertster... there is definately a bug in...

    hi thebertster...
    there is definately a bug in some of the hashing code that is used to lookup an "ap" that seems to have collisions when the BSSID is mostly the same, except for last few bytes (as...
  15. 5.8GHz - Interference - Microwave Proximity Sensor

    Found in a school for turning on/off the lights based on presence of people - sits right on 5.80 GHz (and drifts a bit as it warms up). Despite it's narrow bandwidth, it wreaks havoc on both ch. 161-...
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    Dave, you are correct, they must be different...

    Dave,

    you are correct, they must be different so that the clients can identify them - often they are referred to as virtual APs. Usually (as in 99% of the time) they simply increment by 1 _within...
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    MAC vs BSSID

    hi guys,

    Something that you may or may not be aware of is that MAC address on the Ethernet port of an access point may or may not have any numerical relation to the MAC address that shows up in...
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    Jack how many networks are

    Jack

    how many networks are visible on your wife's laptop ? Is it around 50-60 networks ? (not uncommon for apartments/high density living)

    if it is, try going to a location that has bad...
  19. insufficient memory for OID_802_11_BSSID_LIST for many APs (> 100)

    Hi Guys,

    I work for a wlan vendor and within our labs/offices there are around 230-250 APs visible at any given time. Netstumbler and indeed Inssider both are not able to display the APs,...
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