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    Default how do I view all wireless networks ?

    how do I view all wireless networks ?

    I get over 100 wireless networks to view in my area, but since the list is so big I'm not able to view them all....

    I have set the font to the smallest i could but theirs still much more networks to be viewed ...

    is there anything I can do to view all of them?

    I have uploaded a photo to show you where I'm at..

    thanks for any help
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    Why exactly do you need to see all networks?
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    Default Re: how do I view all wireless networks ?

    Are you simply trying to survey the area or are you wanting to actively monitor them with airmon?

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    Default Re: how do I view all wireless networks ?

    Quote Originally Posted by KMDave View Post
    Why exactly do you need to see all networks?
    The same reason people will climb a mountain - because it's there.

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    Default Re: how do I view all wireless networks ?

    Use airodump's filtering options.

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    Default Re: how do I view all wireless networks ?

    command
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironwil View Post
    The same reason people will climb a mountain - because it's there.
    People will climb a mountain cause they want to enjoy the view from the top of the mountain or see it as a challenge or whatever. Just because it is there is no valid reason.
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    Default Re: how do I view all wireless networks ?

    Holy cow, lot of WEP there !!

    As hhmatt said, you will have to use airodump's filtering options to make it easier to view.

    So to go for wep only, only showing associated clients and reducing channel hopping to 2secs ;
    Code:
    airodump-ng mon0 -t wep -a -f 2000
    Change the -t option to 'wpa' or 'opn' to list only wpa or open networks

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    thanks tape thats the answer I was looking for, it amazes me how many options there really is..

    I can see so many networks because my antenna is on my roof about 40 feet in the air, all the homes around me for over 5 miles are smaller then my house, and I'm in a very large city with over 1 mil ppl, when I filter the wep I still can see more then the page can handle but thats ok it really narrows it down

    thanks for your help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TAPE View Post
    Holy cow, lot of WEP there !!

    As hhmatt said, you will have to use airodump's filtering options to make it easier to view.

    So to go for wep only, only showing associated clients and reducing channel hopping to 2secs ;
    Code:
    airodump-ng mon0 -t wep -a -f 2000
    Change the -t option to 'wpa' or 'opn' to list only wpa or open networks

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    Default Re: how do I view all wireless networks ?

    nevermind my question

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