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Stumbling and Sniffing Wireless Networks in Linux, Part 1

Do you need to stumble or sniff networks? Do you need to do a Wi-Fi site survey, troubleshoot network annoyances, or make sure your employees (or children) aren't misusing the Internet? Sure you can spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on commercial network analyzers--usually for Windows--but Linux and the open source community offer some great tools.

In this article, we'll discover and tour a few different stumblers and sniffers that run on Linux. We'll also touch on some general stumbling and sniffing information. You're on your way to a free and open site survey, war-drive, or network troubleshooting experience. Now let's get started!


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