From: Keith Heinemann (khmann_at_performance-data.com)
Date: 2002-04-15 12:26:40 UTC
"Peter K. Lee" wrote:
> Just letting folks know on this list about the new release...
haven't tried 0.5.0 yet, but wanted to say that the last version rocked. thankyou for the development :) The only problem I had with the last version was that it didn't identify Cisco Bridged LAN's correctly (iethey always showed up as ADHOC with no SSID. If this is something that is not fixed in the current release (and you'd like it get it working) I'd be happy to send you some Ethereal'd beacon frames (with/without the Cisco Broadcast SSID enabled)
> == announcement ==
> AirTraf is a 100% passive wireless 802.11b network analyzer. It is
> capable of performing promiscuous channel scanning to detect access
> points in the area, as well as pick off 'other' connected wireless
> nodes, acquiring signal strength information for each node. It performs
> packet count/byte analysis on different layers (datalink, network,
> transport), as well as breaking down the 802.11b protocol. It is also
> capable of parsing higer level protocols such as IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, and
> get packet statistics as well as bandwidth information. Furthermore, it
> supports Cisco Aironet cards & PrismII-chipset cards.
> This release addes full TCP Performance Analysis capabilities to
> AirTraf, enabling tracking of TCP connections made to/from detected
> wireless nodes, based on destination IP, service port pairs, able to
> track connection status, retransmission rates, observed latency, as well
> as achieved bandwidth for each connection broken down via
> incoming/outgoing/overall statistics. All you ever need in thoroughly
> analyzing your local wireless networks.
> Visit http://airtraf.sourceforge.net for screenshots