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CTS 121: Capturing Wireless Frames with a Mac

Capturing wireless frames is a must know skill for any Wi-Fi network engineer. Capturing Wireless Frames with a Mac The Macbook Pro is an excellent tool for capturing wireless frames. The built-in wireless adapter can be used to sniff wireless frames in the air. As I like to say, the best troubleshooting tool you can…

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CTS 102: Capturing Wireless Frames

François and Rowell discuss their experiences capturing wireless frames for analysis and what tools they used to do it. This episode is sponsored by Metageek Capturing Wireless Frames It’s one of my favorite things to do. Capture wireless frames anywhere there’s a wireless network present. I know. I’m a boring guy. But I can’t help…

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CTS 090: Don’t Contain Me, Bro!

Containment of a WLAN is the act of shutting it down! We discuss how you can find out if you’re being contained. This episode is sponsored by Metageek WLAN containment is not a situation you want to deal with. The symptom you’ll see are devices dropping from your WLAN. When they are disconnected, they often…

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CTS 081: Wi-Fi Apps for Windows

We couldn’t do our work without the valuable apps used in the Windows operating system. That’s what we’ll discuss in this episode. Wi-Fi apps for Windows. This episode is brought to you by Here are the Wi-Fi apps for Windows that Rowell and I use regularly when we are working at client sites or for…

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CTS 070: Wi-Fi Troubleshooting with Debookee

We welcome Thomas Baudelet from France. Together, we talk about network and Wi-Fi troubleshooting in general and we go over the Mac OS application called Debookee that Thomas created which could be use to troubleshoot a Wi-Fi network. Thomas Baudelet works as an independent Network Engineer and specializes in troubleshooting. He has been involved in…

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