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using Net Stumbler with WRT54G ? possible ?

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by XNet, Sep 19, 2004.

  1. XNet

    XNet Network Guru Member

    can it be done ?
    i don't know how to set it... it says , no network adapter ?
    i want to scan all network around my home with this WRT54G
    can somebody help me ?
    thanks
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    netstumbler is for scanning available access points. which the WRT is. so unless you WRT was a client, no you cannot scan for wireless access points using you access point.

    you installnetstumbler onto you clients then they pickup the WRT54G signal strength and features etc
     
  3. XNet

    XNet Network Guru Member

    yes , i mean in client mode...
    i use svatory 4.0 firm ware , so i can get the client mode..
    but i always get -> no suitable device found...
    my WRT54G in client mode..
    can't understand .. no suitable device found..
    how to fix that ?
    thanks
     
  4. dadaniel

    dadaniel Network Guru Member

    You have to buy a wireless network card netstumbler supports :wink:
     
  5. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

  6. oleo

    oleo Network Guru Member

    Stumbler for WRT54G/S

    It is possible to stumble RSSI signal with console application on WRT54.

    The output looks like this:
    Code:
    -84 dBm :################
    -84 dBm :################
    -84 dBm :################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -83 dBm :#################
    -84 dBm :################
    -84 dBm :################
    
    See http://www.lecad.uni-lj.si/~leon/other/wlan/stumbler/ for details!
     

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