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# Kismet drone config file
 
version=2005.04.R1
 
# Name of server (Purely for organiational purposes)
servername=Kismet
 
# User to setid to (should be your normal user)
suiduser=nobody
 
# Port to serve packet data... This probably shouldn't be the same as the port
# you configured kismet_server for, or else you'll have problems running them 
# on the same system.
tcpport=3501
# People allowed to connect, comma seperated IP addresses or network/mask
# blocks.  Netmasks can be expressed as dotted quad (/255.255.255.0) or as
# numbers (/24)
allowedhosts=127.0.0.1
# Maximum number of concurrent stream attachments
maxclients=5
 
# Packet sources:
# source=capture_cardtype,capture_interface,capture_name
# Card type - Specifies the type of device. It can be one of:
#     cisco         - Cisco card with Linux Kernel drivers 
#     cisco_cvs     - Cisco card with CVS Linux drivers
#     cisco_bsd     - Cisco on *BSD
#     prism2        - Prism2 using wlan-ng drivers with pcap support (all 
#                      current versions support pcap)
#     prism2_hostap - Prism2 using hostap drivers
#     prism2_legacy - Prism2 using wlan-ng drivers without pcap support (0.1.9)
#     prism2_bsd    - Prism2 on *BSD
#     orinoco       - Orinoco cards using Snax's patched driers
#     generic       - Generic card with no specific support.  You will have 
#                      to put this into monitor mode yourself!
#     wsp100        - WSP100 embedded remote sensor.  
#     wtapfile      - Saved file of packets readable by libwiretap
#     ar5k          - ar5k 802.11a using the vt_ar5k drivers
# Capture interface - Specifies the network interface Kismet will watch for
#  packets to come in on.  Typically "ethX" or "wlanX".  For the WSP100 capture
#  engine, the WSP100 device sends packets via a UDP stream, so the capture
#  interface should be in the form of host:port where 'host' is the WSP100 and 
#  'port' is the local UDP port that it will send data to.
# Capture Name      - The name Kismet uses for this capture source.  This is the 
#   name used to specify what sources to enable.
# 
# To enable multiple sources, specify a source line for each and then use the
# enablesources line to enable them.  For example:
# source=prism2,wlan0,prism
# source=cisco,eth0,cisco
source=wrt54g,eth1,wireless
# For v1 hardware uncomment this:
# source=wrt54g,eth2,wireless
 
# Comma-separated list of sources to enable.  This is only needed if you wish 
# to selectively enable multiple sources.
# enablesources=prism,cisco
 
# Do we channelhop?
channelhop=true
 
# How many channels per second do we hop?  (1-10)
channelvelocity=5
 
# By setting the dwell time for channel hopping we override the channelvelocity
# setting above and dwell on each channel for the given number of seconds.
#channeldwell=10
 
# Do we split channels between cards on the same spectrum?  This means if 
# multiple 802.11b capture sources are defined, they will be offset to cover
# the most possible spectrum at a given time.  This also controls splitting
# fine-tuned sourcechannels lines which cover multiple interfaces (see below)
splitchannels=true
 
# Basic channel hopping control:
# These define the channels the cards hop through for various frequency ranges
# supported by Kismet.   More finegrain control is available via the 
# "sourcechannels" configuration option.
# 
# Don't change the IEEE80211<x> identifiers or channel hopping won't work.
 
# Users outside the US might want to use this list:
# defaultchannels=IEEE80211b:1,7,13,2,8,3,14,9,4,10,5,11,6,12
defaultchannels=IEEE80211b:1,6,11,2,7,3,8,4,9,5,10
 
# 802.11g uses the same channels as 802.11b...
defaultchannels=IEEE80211g:1,6,11,2,7,3,8,4,9,5,10
 
# 802.11a channels are non-overlapping so sequential is fine.  You may want to
# adjust the list depending on the channels your card actually supports.
# defaultchannels=IEEE80211a:36,40,44,48,52,56,60,64,100,104,108,112,116,120,124,128,132,136,140,149,153,157,161,184,188,192,196,200,204,208,212,216 
defaultchannels=IEEE80211a:36,40,44,48,52,56,60,64
 
# Combo cards like Atheros use both 'a' and 'b/g' channels.  Of course, you
# can also explicitly override a given source.  You can use the script 
# extras/listchan.pl to extract all the channels your card supports.
defaultchannels=IEEE80211ab:1,6,11,2,7,3,8,4,9,5,10,36,40,44,48,52,56,60,64
 
# Fine-tuning channel hopping control:
# The sourcechannels option can be used to set the channel hopping for 
# specific interfaces, and to control what interfaces share a list of 
# channels for split hopping.  This can also be used to easily lock
# one card on a single channel while hopping with other cards.
# Any card without a sourcechannel definition will use the standard hopping
# list.
# sourcechannels=sourcename[,sourcename]:ch1,ch2,ch3,...chN
 
# ie, for us channels on the source 'prism2source' (same as normal channel
# hopping behavior):
# sourcechannels=prism2source:1,6,11,2,7,3,8,4,9,5,10
 
# Given two capture sources, "prism2a" and "prism2b", we want prism2a to stay
# on channel 6 and prism2b to hop normally.  By not setting a sourcechannels 
# line for prism2b, it will use the standard hopping.
# sourcechannels=prism2a:6
 
# To assign the same custom hop channel to multiple sources, or to split the 
# same custom hop channel over two sources (if splitchannels is true), list
# them all on the same sourcechannels line:
# sourcechannels=prism2a,prism2b,prism2c:1,6,11
 
 
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