Network stumbler for WaveLAN/IEEE wireless
networking of NetBSD
wistumbler - Network stumbler for WaveLAN/IEEE wireless networking
wistumbler interface [-f logfile] [-g gpsdev] [-d]
The wistumbler command display and logging WaveLAN/IEEE wireless
networking Access Point via the wi(4) and awi(4) drivers.
The iface argument given to wistumbler should be the logical interface
name associated with the WaveLAN/IEEE device (e.g. wi0, wi1, etc.).
The following options are available:
-f logfile set logfile name. It will be write when quit.
-g gpsdev set gpsdev name (e.g. /dev/dty01, etc.).
-d enable debug message to console.
awi(4), wi(4), wiconfig(8)
Please download from here.
Also anonymous CVS is available.
% cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/export/cvsroot login
At the prompt, enter the return
% cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/export/cvsroot co wistumbler
And cvsweb of wistumbler is also available.
You will need the following packages in order to build and install
wistumbler under NetBSD.
We recommend you will build and install via NetBSD's package system.
WiStumbler is at pkgsrc/net/wistumbler in -current pkgsrc.
If you have GPS receiver which support NMEA formatted output, you
can recored the position of the AP.
There is a screen shot of wistumbler.
This is very initial release and has only poor function. If you
make patch, please let me know.
The wistumbler command was written by Isao SEKI <iseki_at_gongon.com>.