What GPS devices does kismet recommend? That's where I would start looking.
Hi, im trying to gather some data for a mini report on wardriving but am having trouble with GPS and kismet.
Im looking for a GPS device that will work with gpsd and kismet, does anyone have any recomendations? i was thinking about using a tomtom XL IQ Routes Edition 2 but i have no idea if it will work. Iv tryed googleing for for it but i just get crap tutorials on how kismet works.
Also iv got kismet working fine and it gathers data, but how do i search through this data i.e. how do i put bssid etc into an excel file, iv tryed scripts iv got offline but they dont work. This is without GPS data.
I did get a Holux GPSlim236 blue tooth GPS receiver working with BT but did not try Kismet. I was trying airodump-ng but it had problems at the time. I need to dig out my notes and try again. You need Gpsd running first as far as I can remember.
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Just bought a BU-353 GPS Receiver £20, following the guide from:
Will start looking at kismet compatible gps devices, hopefully there is a tomtom or some sort of sat nav I could use, will see how this BU-353 play out at the weekend.
Just got my Holux GPSlim236 blue tooth GPS receiver working with kismet two ways using Gpsd and without GPSD.
How I did it!
eeepc BT4-r2 plus USB bluetooth dongle
Used link above. http://blog.securityactive.co.uk/200...d-backtrack-4/
also edit /usr/etc/kismet.conf
# rfcomm connect x (x = setting used in /etc/bluetooth/rfcomm.conf)
Got everything working fine, saw barry's guide in another section (link bellow) and got everything working fine.
To Barry's How to get a compatible USB GPS to work with Kismet
I just connected my device and edited the kismet config and everything worked fine once my gps got a signal.
The only question i have left is, is there anyway to combine the .kml files so that i could go for a drive and keep adding to my original file so that i map a city in a couple of days instead of trying to do it in one run.
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