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Posted by:HelloYou
Subject:Questions Regarding Kismet Results.
Date:22:56:43 30/01/2011

> Dear Dragorn,
>
> I hope you can spare a few moments to review these fairly basic questions. Thanks.
>
>
>
> 1) It appears that each network has a minimum of one client. The MAC of one client is always the same as the AP's BSSID. Presumably then it is conventional for each AP to also be considered a client?
>
> 2) When a network has more than one client the clients that do not have the same MAC as the AP's BSSID are always on channel 0 whereas the client with the same MAC as the BSSID as the AP is on the same channel as the AP. Why are other clients always on channel 0?
>
> 3) I have a network as follows:
>
> BSSID 00:13:02:XX:XX:XX
> Type : probe
> BSSID : 00:13:02:XX:XX:XX
> Channel : 0
> Client 1: MAC 00:13:02:XX:XX:XX
> Type : To Distribution
> MAC : 00:13:02:XX:XX:XX
> SSID 1
> Type : Probe Request
> SSID : <cloaked>
> SSID 2
> Type : Probe Request
> SSID : O2wireless438334
>
> I am confused why a) there are two SSIDs and b) why one SSID provides a name while the other is <cloaked>?
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> 4) "Info" shows "cisco-gs-ws-03" on several occasions. This string does not appear in any Google searches. What is it?
>
> 5) I have some "Country" results of "AU". But I am in the UK. The result however indicates Australia. Why?


I don't like to push but I would be curious to know anyone's responses...


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