For you junkies out there, there are screenshots available.
Version 0.3.30 Latest Windows version
- Allow configuration of baud rate and other settings for GPS.
- Added "Default SSID" filter to tree view.
- Close connection to NIC when scanning is not happening.
- Moved much of the configuration to a dialog box.
- Support for user-provided scripts to be invoked when various events occur.
- Many ORiNOCO driver version 7.62.
- GPS now supports Garmin proprietary protocols.
(NetStumbler) MIDI output of signal strength(s).
(NetStumbler) Proper installation package (thank you Nullsoft)
(NetStumbler) Use NDIS 5.1 native 802.11 features for scanning on Cisco and some Prism cards on Windows XP.
(NetStumbler) Support for 802.11a on Windows XP.
(NetStumbler) Support for USB devices on 98/Me.
Also available: MiniStumbler
- GPS should work with Tripmate
- A load of GUI enhancements
- You can choose between multiple cards
- Now supports even more ORiNOCO OEM cards
- Now supports Windows Me
- GPS no longer locks up when system goes into standby mode
- Now supports Dell Mini-PCI card
- Bugfix in GPS altitude measurement
- Improved status bar
- Adjustable scan speed
- Compensate for bugs in wi-scan format
- Support for USB devices
- GPS now works with non-GPS NMEA devices
- Support for GPS up to COM8
- Send link test packet once per scan rather than 3x per scan
- Export to text with one AP per line
Version 0.3 Announced via direct email (June 19, 2001)
- Support for even more OEM cards (Now supported: Lucent, Dell 1150, Toshiba, Compaq, Enterasys/Cabletron, Elsa MC-11, ARtem Comcard, Buffalo Airstation WLI-PCM-L11)
- Currently connected AP appears in a bold font in the tree view, and has an asterisk by its channel number in list view
- This session's previously connected APs are marked with a '+' in list view
- Added Ctrl+B key shortcut to toggle scanning
- Filtering by channel number, ESSID, and capability flags
- Saves entire data log as well as AP summary data
- Graphical view of signal and noise over time if you select a single AP
- Automatic reconfiguration of card, if desired. This will take your card out of peer mode, and unset the desired SSID if you have one. It also disassociates from networks that are out of range.
- Creating a new document can be configured to automatically start scanning or not
- Get the name of an AP, where supported (it won't be unless the AP doesn't have WEP, or you have the WEP key configured). It looks like Aironet APs don't support this.
- Merge data files together
- Ability to drag and drop column headers
- Remembers view settings when switching views, and you can save the current settings as defaults
- Read and write Pete Shipley's log format, as well as an extended version
- Some APs respond to scan requests on multiple channels. These now appear as one item rather than multiple APs.
- Uses NS1 file extension
- Improved handling of invalid files
- GPS should no longer lock up and stop responding
- Removed non-functional toolbar buttons
- It now works with re-branded Lucent cards (Dell, Toshiba, Compaq, etc)
- It doesn't crash the other PCMCIA devices that you have installed.
- It should now work with USB devices.
- It runs on Windows 2000, 95, 98 (and Me? - Untested).
- It now saves the data instead of making a 0 byte file.
- It now has support for NMEA0134 GPS devices. It stores the location of the highest recorded SNR.
- It lists the brand of AP hardware (based on the MAC address) (i.e. Lucent, Addtron, Aironet, etc..)
- It shows current signal strength as well as the max, and has a dot that is colored to show the strength next to the AP name
- There is a tree view to the left that shows Channels, and Names; this will do more in a future version.
- It now makes a sound when it first sees an AP
- Works only on Windows 2000.
- Works with any Hermes chipset card, but not if any other PCMCIA devices are installed.
- Doesn't save data (creates a 0 byte file).