ClassicStumbler scans for and displays information about all the wireless access points in range.
It will display your signal strength, noise strength, signal to noise ratio, what channel your access point is on, if other access points are interfering with yours, and whether or not those access points are providing encrypted, unencrypted, computer-to-computer or infrastructure type networks.
This program will not work with MacWireless, SkyLine, or other third party cards. You will need one of the following: A PowerBook G3 Series, PowerBook G3 Series Bronze Keyboard, PowerBook G3 Series FireWire, or PowerBook G4 equipped with one of the above cards An AirPort capable PowerMac G3 or G4 equipped with AirPort card An iMac equipped with an AirPort card An iBook equipped with an AirPort card A PowerBook 2400, PowerBook 3400, or PowerBook G3 (aka Kanga) equipped with one of the above PC cards. ClassicStumbler will not run on a PowerBook 190, 5300, or 1400.
- Mac OS 8.5-9.2.2
- AirPort 1.3 or later
- Internal Apple AirPort card
- Lucent, Orinoco, Avaya, Agere, or Proxim WaveLAN PC card
- Orinoco IEEE Turbo 11Mb PC card