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Help: Kismet Log Viewer 1.0
Represents this networks place in the logfile. The letter C next to the number indicates a network which is cloaked. An F indicates a network whoes name, channel, and maufacturer match up indicating that the network is in a factory default state. If the -snort option was used, a clickable D may also apear as an indication that snort data avilable.
Represents this networks name. SSID data is used where avilable. In some casses where SSID is not avilable network information is used in substitute. If no name can be found for this netework, NA is shown. Clicking on the networks name will bring you to the network details page for this network.
This is the two letter abreviation for the type of network device detected, most commonly an access point (AP).
This is either Y if wireless encryption is used on this network or N if it is not.
This is the channel the network uses.
This is the total number of packets recieved for this network.
This is the network device maufacturers name followed by the BSSID. Data from ap_manuf is used to determine the devices manufaturer based on it's BSSID. If no manufacturer can be found for this netework, NA is shown.
This will show the total number of clients detected for this network. If no clients were detected a - will show instead. Where clients are detected, clicking on the client number will bring you to the clients detail page for this network.
This will show the date and time that the first packet from this network was detected.
This will show the date and time that the last packet from this network was detected.