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Posted by:dragorn
Subject:gpsxml question
Date:19:59:31 21/11/2009

> When parsing gpsxml files from kismet-newcore, what does it mean when bssid and source attributes are both set to "00:00:00:00:00:00" in the <gps-point ... /> tag?
> i.e.
> <gps-point bssid="00:00:00:00:00:00" source="00:00:00:00:00:00" time-sec="1253211586" time-usec="931030" lat="39.140190" lon="21.085734" spd="0.000000" heading="236.826111" fix="3" alt="283.850006" signal_dbm="-64" noise_dbm="0"/>

Don't know. Try to correlate with your packet log and see what kind of funny packets are happening around then.

You should be able to correlate by time offset in wireshark (time-sec of funny gpsxml record - time-sec of good gpsxml record)

[edit] Looks like dumpfile_gpsxml wasn't looking at capture-link or eight11-decode errors, so if it had an eight11 record that wasn't properly decoded (corrupt flag set) it might show up as something like this. Fixed in svn, see if that resolves it for you.


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