NetSurveyor was designed to be an 802.11 (Wi-Fi) network discovery tool and, as such, its goal in life is to gather information about nearby wireless access points in real time and display it in a useful way.
The data is displayed using a variety of different diagnostic views and charts. Data can be recorded for extended periods and played-back at a later date/time. Also, reports can be generated in Adobe PDF format.
- During the installation of a wireless network, as an aid in verifying the network is properly configured and antennas are positioned at locations to achieve efficient transmission / reception -- that is, for use in verifying Wi-Fi coverage and maximizing beacon signal strength
- Trouble-shooting an existing network or wireless environment that is performing poorly
- Reporting the presence of Wi-Fi networks and local access points and the signal strengths of their beacons
- Conducting wireless site surveys where the installer is interested in learning about the coverage of a new or existing access point, roaming capability, presence of RF interference or “dead spots”, and optimum location of access points, their antennas and client stations
- In a secure business environment, for use in detecting the presence of rogue access points
- As a learning tool to help understand the relationship between access points (BSSIDs), wireless networks (SSIDs), and client stations (STAs)
- Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0 (or later)
- 802.11 b/g wireless adapter installed with NDIS 5.x drivers (or later)
- CD-ROM Drive (for installing software)
- a minimum of 300 MB available hard disk space
- CPU: Intel Pentium 4, 1.2 GHz or faster
- Memory: 512 MB
- Hard Drive: 1000 MB free space
- Video: 32 MB video RAM
- Download | NetSurveyor (6 MB)
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