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Posted by:Bert
Subject:Kismet XML -> Google Maps
Date:18:11:03 11/03/2006

heh sorry how stupid of me. :)
Did check quickly to see if it had gps info and didnt really pay to much attention to it.
Will have another go later :)


> yea, that happens if you only have one single network in your logfile ... but it didn't have GPS coordinates either, so it was useless =)
>
> > Could not use interface as got the following error.
> >
> > 001: <no ssid> not added (no GPS)
> >
> > Fatal error: Cannot use string offset as an array in /var/www/kismap/import.php on line 41
> >
> > -=-=- xml file (Kismet-Feb-14-2006-1.xml) -=-=-
> > <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
> > <!DOCTYPE detection-run SYSTEM "http://kismetwireless.net/kismet-3.1.0.dtd">
> >
> >
> > <detection-run kismet-version="2005.08.R1" start-time="Tue Feb 14 00:33:26 2006" end-time="Tue Feb 14 00:34:35 2006">
> > <wireless-network number="1" type="infrastructure" wep="true" cloaked="false" first-time="Tue Feb 14 00:33:27 2006" last-time="Tue Feb 14 00:34:35 2006">
> > <SSID>Katonia</SSID>
> > <BSSID>00:0F:3D:FD:CB:36</BSSID>
> > <channel>1</channel>
> > <maxrate>22.0</maxrate>
> > <maxseenrate>0</maxseenrate>
> > <encryption>WEP</encryption>
> > <packets>
> > <LLC>266</LLC>
> > <data>3</data>
> > <crypt>3</crypt>
> > <weak>0</weak>
> > <dupeiv>0</dupeiv>
> > <total>269</total>
> > </packets>
> > <datasize>180</datasize>
> > <gps-info unit="english">
> > <min-lat>90.000000</min-lat>
> > <min-lon>180.000000</min-lon>
> > <min-alt>0.000000</min-alt>
> > <min-spd>0.000000</min-spd>
> > <max-lat>-90.000000</max-lat>
> > <max-lon>-180.000000</max-lon>
> > <max-alt>0.000000</max-alt>
> > <max-spd>0.000000</max-spd>
> > </gps-info>
> > <wireless-client number="1" type="fromds" wep="false" first-time="Tue Feb 14 00:34:16 2006" last-time="Tue Feb 14 00:34:18 2006">
> > <client-mac>00:0F:3D:FD:CB:35</client-mac>
> > <client-packets>
> > <client-data>3</client-data>
> > <client-crypt>3</client-crypt>
> > <client-weak>0</client-weak>
> > </client-packets>
> > <client-encryption>None</client-encryption>
> > <client-gps-info unit="english">
> > <client-min-lat>90.000000</client-min-lat>
> > <client-min-lon>180.000000</client-min-lon>
> > <client-min-alt>0.000000</client-min-alt>
> > <client-min-spd>0.000000</client-min-spd>
> > <client-max-lat>-90.000000</client-max-lat>
> > <client-max-lon>-180.000000</client-max-lon>
> > <client-max-alt>0.000000</client-max-alt>
> > <client-max-spd>0.000000</client-max-spd>
> > </client-gps-info>
> > <client-datasize>180</client-datasize>
> > <client-maxrate>0.0</client-maxrate>
> > <client-maxseenrate>0</client-maxseenrate>
> > </wireless-client>
> > </wireless-network>
> > </detection-run>
> >
> >
> > > Hi,
> > > i wrote a little webinterface to import Kismet XML logs into a database and use Google Maps to display them, if you want to give it a try go here:
> > >
> > > http://faked.org/kismap/
> > >
> > > it's still in it's early stages, but it works quite well already. as the default only 25 random networks are fetched from the DB, but you can change the behaviour.
> > >
> > > if you have any XML logs around, just import them into the DB please!
> > >
> > > have fun...


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