firstname.lastname@example.org Posted August 18, 2016 Share Posted August 18, 2016 Hi Posting this here since all the wifipineapple forums are model specific and are focused on helping people with problems. There does not seem to be anywhere for generic discussion about results etc. If I have missed somethign then do let me know :) I now have my nano runnning at work which is in the IT dept of a large university. Yes, I am allowed to do things like this ;) Purely passive monitoring at the moment and I have a couple of days worth of logs which I have run through a ruby script which is based on Darren's analyze.sh. At the moment my script just replicates what Darren's does. Yes it will be available somewhere public when there is enough additional functionality to make it worthwhile. Current output: Top 10 NIC vendors apple, 157 Unknown 94 samsung 65 intel 20 murata 15 microsoft 15 huawei 10 liteon 7 messma 7 htc 7 motorola 6 Top 10 SSIDs UoA-WiFi 345 MPI_Guest 51 vodafonesucks5 50 vodafonesucks2 50 Tigger 33 homewlan5 27 eduroam 22 UoA-Guest-WiFi 16 Auckland Wi-Fi @ Tomizone 12 Auckland WiFi 6 Grumpy 5 Distribution of ssids per client # SSIDS #clients 1 418 2 25 3 61 4 2 5 6 6 2 7 2 8 2 9 1 10 3 11 1 12 2 13 1 16 4 17 1 Total number of clients is 531 The only surprise in the vendors is the number of unknown -- I see there are other versions of the IEEE list out there. I'll give them a try. The SSIDs are much more interesting. The two UoA-WiFi are our official networks ( as is eduroam). We have an arrangement with Tomizone to carry each others SSIDs so that is no surprise but the rest is somewhat baffling. I know where one of the "Tiggers" comes from but 25 others ??? I know that vodafone suks but that bad? I have just added code to the script to dump out the distribution of the number of SSIDs per clients. That I found unexpected. Most of the clients are not leaking SSIDs and a few hemorrhage them! My iphone only showed UoA-WiFi until I deleted it and forced it to reconnect, then Tigger appeared as well but not any of the other one I know to be in the prefered networks list. Tigger is not a network I join often so why it appeared and not the other I don't know. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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