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  • WOO HOO!!! Netstumbler 0.4 is out!!!

    and, according to the compatibility list for version 0.4, "On Windows XP, most 802.11b, 802.11a, and 802.11g adapters should work. They may also work on Windows 2000 with recent drivers installed," except for Symbol and 3Com devices.

    I can now stop saying that you're card is unsupported (provided you dont have a Symbol or 3Com card), and people can stop arguing with me when I tell them that just because their card works for them doesnt mean its gonna work for anyone else.

    go to www.netstumbler.com to get the new version
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    Originally posted by wizardPC
    and, according to the compatibility list for version 0.4, "On Windows XP, most 802.11b, 802.11a, and 802.11g adapters should work. They may also work on Windows 2000 with recent drivers installed," except for Symbol and 3Com devices.

    I can now stop saying that you're card is unsupported (provided you dont have a Symbol or 3Com card), and people can stop arguing with me when I tell them that just because their card works for them doesnt mean its gonna work for anyone else.

    go to www.netstumbler.com to get the new version
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    • #3
      will it support the USB Netgear? (the little penknife sized one)
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      • #4
        Thank you wizard! There is a god! Ooh ooh, it works with the DWL-G120.

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        • #5
          Under XP Netstumbler has supported every card I've ever thrown at it...?
          Anyways, thanks for the update. DLing now.
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          • #6
            Card? It's USB! It works with USB nics.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Curiosity
              Card? It's USB! It works with USB nics.
              Sorry. Should have quoted wizard PC as that is who my reply was aimed at.
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              • #8
                Another very cool thing, NetStumbler now supports the old serial Earthmates that use the frustrating Rockwell binary protocol! I know a lot of us have those lying around, might be time to pull 'em out of storage.
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                • #9
                  Werd time to test it out on my new rig

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                  • #10
                    Yes! Awesome!

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                    • #11
                      Nice little script there that Marius has wrote - opens MapPoint and then plots yourself and any WiFi spots found and reads out their name.

                      http://www.netstumbler.org/showthread.php?t=10364
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                      • #12
                        out of curiosity, if youre not using this with something like mappoint, what exactly does netstumbler do for you that the built in xp wireless drivers dont? as it is, i drive around and whenever i pass a WLAN, XP pops up a "connected to wireless network" message.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by robr
                          out of curiosity, if youre not using this with something like mappoint, what exactly does netstumbler do for you that the built in xp wireless drivers dont? as it is, i drive around and whenever i pass a WLAN, XP pops up a "connected to wireless network" message.

                          netstumbler gives you an AWESOME GUI to work with. It displays all the info about an access point, signal strength graphs, built in sounds for audio alerts, can give you a list of all access points found during a period of time, and quick glance access point info.
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                          • #14
                            I read a FAQ at NetStumbler but still unclear on it usage. So I just ask here for a summary of it usage.
                            I have a Netgear USB MA101 802.11B that has driver and a Wireless Configuration Utility. Can I use NetStumbler instead of NetGear's Wireless configuration Utility?
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                            • #15
                              For you MapPoint users, make sure you get stumbverter
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