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Re: HW/SW Rogue AP Wireless Detection
From: Shawn Grimes <grimessh () grc nia nih gov>
Date: 13 Mar 2003 16:51:11 -0500

You've also got netstumbler (ministumbler for pocketPC)
(www.netstumbler.com)  And my personal favorite, Kismet
(www.kismetwirless.net) for linux (or linux on ipaq)

On Wed, 2003-03-12 at 13:27, Gary Nugent wrote:
Hello, there, I am looking for anyone who has had experience with a combined (pref. PDA) device for signal 
detection/analysis.  I am familiar with the Fluke Ipaq-based product 
(http://www.flukenetworks.com/us/LAN/Handheld+Testers/WaveRunner/Overview.htm), but it is quite expensive (app. $2500 
US or more).  The rogue AP detection is a crucial part of this.  Any thoughts? 

Regards, 

Gary Nugent 
E gary.nugent () acrodex com


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Thank You,
Shawn Grimes, CISSP
Computer Specialist
NCTS - NIA/IRP - Gerontology Research Center
410-558-8007
grimessh () grc nia nih gov

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