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Network Stumbler 0.4.0

NetStumbler is a tool for Windows that allows you to detect Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) using 802.11b, 802.11a and 802.11g. Learn what's new on this latest version. Click here if the download does not begin automatically.

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More about Network Stumbler

It has many uses:
  • Verify that your network is set up the way you intended.
  • Find locations with poor coverage in your WLAN.
  • Detect other networks that might be causing interference with your network.
  • Detect unauthorized "rogue" access points in your workplace.
  • Help aim directional antennas for long-haul WLAN links.
  • Use it recreationally for WarDriving.


What's New:
  • 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.
  • Large files load several times faster than before (though the really large ones still don't load fast enough).
  • A whole lot of new Scripting features.
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