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Old 02-01-2016, 09:12 PM   #1
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Xirrus Wifi Inspector-like tool for Centos 6 Desktop


Hey Guys,

just got a new job involving (amongst other things ..) the need to be able to setup/check wifi cxns in-house.

One of the other guys on MSWin uses the above Xirrus tool; looks pretty good.
I'd like recommendations for a similar tool for Centos 6 Desktop ie a GUI.

Realistically any good tool would do, but if I'm discussing with him (usually we're on different continents), a similar looking tool would be an advantage.

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