WifiChannelMonitor 1.20 (2015) PC | Portable

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WifiChannelMonitor || Platform: PC || Version: 1.20
Language: Russian, English ||Tablet: Not required || 2015

WifiChannelMonitor is a system tool for capturing and subsequent analysis of WiFi Internet traffic on a specific channel with the display of detailed information about both connected and non-connected clients, as well as access points. When the program is running, the Microsoft Network Monitor driver is used. For each access point, you can find out the SSID, MAC address, manufacturer, RSSI and other data.-___________________________________Portable version - does not need to be installed into the system !_____________________-

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Wifi Clients Modes (Lower Pane)
There are 3 different modes that you can view the wifi clients in the lower pane:
Show Clients Of Selected AP: In this mode, WifiChannelMonitor only displays the wifi clients that are connected to the access point you select in the upper pane.
Show All Clients: In this mode, WifiChannelMonitor displays all detected clients.
Show All Clients Without AP: In this mode, WifiChannelMonitor displays all clients that are not connected to any access point.
AP Columns Deion
SSID: The name of the wireless network
MAC Address: MAC address of the access point.
Company: Company that manufactured this access point, determined according to the MAC address.
PHY Type: 802.11g, 802.11n, and so on...
Frequency: Channel frequency in MHz.
Channel: Channel number.
RSSI: Specifies the signal strength, in dBm. Some drivers don't provide the correct RSSI values in monitor mode.
Security: None, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK, WPA-EAP, WPA2-EAP, WPA-EAP + WPA2-EAP, or WEP.
Cipher: None, WEP, TKIP, CCMP, TKIP+CCMP.
Beacons: The total number of beacons sent by the access point. Beacon is a packet sent frequently by the access point and contains essential information that the wifi client need to identify and connect it.
Probe Responses: The total number of times that the access point responded to a probe request sent by a wifi client.
Data Bytes: Total number of data bytes sent and received by this access point.
Retransmitted Data: Total number of retransmitted data bytes sent and received by this access point.
Device Name: The name of the device. This value is displayed only for devices that support WPS.
Device Model: The device model. This value is displayed only for devices that support WPS.
WPS: Specifies the WPS status: No (No WPS Support), Configured, Not Configured, or Locked.
Start Time: Displays the last time that access point was possibly started/restarted/rebooted. Be aware that some access points reset their timestamp periodically without restart/reboot action, and thus for these APs, the time value displayed on this column doesn't represent the correct start time.
First Data Detected On: The first time that sent/received data was detected for this AP.
Last Data Detected On: The last time that sent/received data was detected for this AP.
Wifi Client Columns Deion
MAC Address: MAC address of the wifi client.
Company: Company that manufactured this wifi client, determined according to the MAC address. For example, if the wifi client is iPhone or iPad, you'll see 'Apple' in this column.
RSSI: Specifies the signal strength, in dBm. Some drivers don't provide the correct RSSI values in monitor mode.
SSID List: When wifi client tries to connect one or more access points, this field will display the list of network names (SSIDs) that this client tries to connect.
Sent Data Bytes: Total number of data bytes sent by the client.
Received Data Bytes: Total number of data bytes received by the client.
Retransmitted Sent: Total number of retransmitted data bytes sent by the client.
Retransmitted Received: Total number of retransmitted data bytes received by the client.
Client Type: Wifi Client, Router, or Unknown.
Wifi Client means that this client uses wireless connection.
Router means that this client is the router (Yes... the router is also displayed as a client in the network).
Unknown means that this client uses wired connection or wireless connection.
Device Name: The name of the device. This value is displayed only for devices that support WPS.
Device Model: The device model. This value is displayed only for devices that support WPS.
WPS: Specifies the WPS status: No (No WPS Support), Configured, Not Configured, or Locked.
PHY Type: 802.11g, 802.11n, and so on...
Security: None, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-EAP, WPA2-EAP, or WEP. This field is filled only when the client tries to connect the access point.
Cipher: None, WEP, TKIP, CCMP, TKIP+CCMP. This field is filled only when the client tries to connect the access point.
Probe Requests: Total number of probe requests sent by this client.
First Detected On: The first date/time that this client was detected.
Last Detected On: The last date/time that this client was detected.
Meaning of Icons
Green Icon - The AP or wifi client sent or received data in the last 10 seconds. (You can change the number of seconds in the 'Advanced Options' window)
Orange Icon - The AP or wifi client sent or received data in the last 60 seconds. (You can change the number of seconds in the 'Advanced Options' window)
Red Icon - No sent/received data in the last 60 seconds.
Google Translation:
Wi-Fi Client Modes (bottom panel)
There are 3 different modes that can be viewed by Wi-Fi clients in the bottom panel:
Show Clients of selected APS: In this mode, WifiChannelMonitor displays only WiFi clients connected to the access point selected in the top panel.
Show All Clients: In this mode, WifiChannelMonitor displays all detected clients.
Show all clients without an access point: In this mode, WifiChannelMonitor displays all clients that are not connected to any access point.
AP Columns Description
SSID: Wireless network name
MAC Address: The MAC address of the access point.
Company: The company that is manufactured by this access point is determined according to the MAC address.
PHY Type: 802.11g, 802.11n, and so on...
Frequency: Channel frequency in MHz.
Channel: Channel number.
TOOTS: Determines the signal level, in dBm. Some drivers do not provide the correct RSSI values in monitoring mode.
Security: No, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK, WPA-EAP, WPA2-EAP, WPA-EAP + WPA2-EAP or WEP.
Cipher: No, WEP, TKIP, CCMP, TKIP + CCMP.
Beacons: The total number of beacons transmitted by the access point. A beacon is a packet sent frequently by an access point and contains the necessary information that a WiFi client needs to identify and connect it.
Probe Responses: The total number of times that the access point has responded to the probe request sent by the WiFi client.
Data byte: The total number of bytes of data sent and received by this access point.
Retransmitted data: The total number of bytes of retransmitted data sent and received by this access point.
Device Name: device name. This value is displayed only for devices that support WPS.
Device Model: Device model. This value is displayed only for devices that support WPS.
WPS: Determines the WPS status: No (No WPS support), Configured, Not configured, or Closed.
Start Time: Displays the last time that the access point was possibly started/rebooted/rebooted. Be aware that some access points periodically reset their timestamp without restarting/restarting actions, and thus for these access points, the time value displayed on this column does not represent the correct startup time.
First Data detected on: The first time the transmitted/received data was detected for this AP.
Last data detected on: The last time the transmitted/received data was detected for this AP.
Wi-Fi Column Client Description
MAC address: The MAC address of the WiFi client.
Company: The company that produced this Wi-Fi client is determined according to the MAC address. For example, if the WiFi client is an iPhone or iPad, you will see Apple in this column.
TOOTS: Determines the signal level, in dBm. Some drivers do not provide the correct RSSI values in monitoring mode.
SSID List: When a WiFi client tries to connect one or more access points, this field will display a list of network names (SSIDs) that this client is trying to connect to.
Data bytes sent: The total number of bytes of data transmitted by the client.
Received data bytes: The total number of data bytes received by the client.
Retransmitted Sent: The total number of bytes of retransmitted data transmitted by the client.
Retransmitted to the editor: The total number of retransmitted bytes of data received by the client.
Client Type: WiFi client, router or residence.
The client's Wi-Fi means that this client is using a wireless connection.
Router means that this client is a router (Yes. .. the router is also displayed as a client on the network).
Unknown means that this client is using a wired connection or a wireless connection.
Device Name: device name. This value is displayed only for devices that support WPS.
Device Model: Device model. This value is displayed only for devices that support WPS.
WPS: Determines the WPS status: No (No WPS support), Configured, Not configured, or Closed.
PHY Type: 802.11g, 802.11n, and so on...
Security: No, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-EAP, WPA2-EAP or WEP. This field is filled in only when the client tries to connect to the access point.
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