|Wireless Field Day 3|
This presentation date is September 13, 2012 at 08:00-10:00.
Ryan Woodings talks about MetaGeek and inSSIDer Wi-Fi Scanner
Ryan Woodings, Chief Geek, talks about the origins of MetaGeek and what the company looks like today. Includes several news articles, alternative transportation awards, innovative company of the year nomination, and winning 4th Best Place To Work.
Ryan also discusses a 20% project of a filter that was integrated into inSSIDer, the inSSIDer family, inSSIDer for Mac (on sale during Wireless Field Day 3 at the Mac AppStore), and inSSIDer for Android.
Ryan Woodings and Trent Cutler from MetaGeek share update features of Chanalyzer Pro
Ryan Woodings and Trent Cutler talk about the the latest update to Chanalyzer Pro. How to find rogue access points, see misconfigured APs, how to document your findings on a site and create a report, update session names to help you remember where you were during the capture.
Ryan Woodings and Trent Cutler of MetaGeek talk about Eye P.A.
Ryan Woodings and Trent Cutler share the origins and newest developments in MetaGeek’s latest innovation, Eye P.A. – Visual Packet Analysis. Eye P.A. now captures .pcap files directly with AirPcap Nx, and has additional support for Commview and Netmon files. Eye P.A.’s latest version also now features an improved Workflow – including filters. View the .pcap file information in the Packet view of the workflow tabs. Drill down into the multi-layered actionable piecharts which visualize all the data of a .pcap file with ease, and persistent memory.
Ryan Woodings and Trent Cutler from MetaGeek talk about what’s next for MetaGeek
Ryan Woodings and Trent Cutler discuss what’s in the pipeline for development at MetaGeek, including Chanalyzer on for android tablets, a re-imagined approach to inSSIDer as a poor-man’s site survey tool, and expanding basic Wi-Fi Education trying to make wireless better for everyone. Trent also demo-ed a new feature of Tamograph’s site survey application which now integrates with Wi-Spy RF data simultaneously.