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Posted by:jameswhite
Subject:get a log of every time instead of [First time - Last time] from netxml
Date:22:29:02 27/01/2012

I was mixing versions of kismet. Bad idea. the version in Fedora 15 didn't have some fields that 2011.03.R2 had. I can get the UUID and signal strength now.

I just need to put some code together to s/uuid/name in the config/


> Is there a document showing what fields are available to subscribe to? I'm looking in netracker.h, but I can't seem to figure out what will give me the capture device name for a drone defined with:
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> ncsource=drone:name=soekris08,host=soekris08.example.org,port=2502
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> > > Is there a way to have kismet log every time it has seen a packet instead of losing data by creating a summary? I realize this would be a lot of data, but I'd like to use the in-between values and times and not just a box bounded by min/max first-time/last-time if possible.
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> > yes and no.
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> > No, it's not available in kismet per se.
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> > Yes, you could get it - one way would be to pull it from the gpsxml, if you have a gps connected.
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> > The other way would be to pull it using a custom client - look at the ruby/ directory, you could pretty easily pull a *NETWORK sentence (soon to become *DEVICE with the phy-neutral code). You could do it in any other language, too. That will give you per-second precision on active networks, which I think is what you'd like?


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