Supported Platforms: Win32 / Unix
Tested Clients: Windows 2000/XP, Solaris 8, FreeBSD 4.x, Linux
Tested Access Points: Cisco Aironet 340 with Basic HTTP Authentication
Due to limited equipment availability, APTools was developed and tested utilizing Cisco Aironet 340 Access Points, Cisco Routers running IOS Release 12.0(1)T and later, and Cisco Switches. CiscoSecure AAA and telnet.
Win32 GUI needs Multithreading.
Does Not Support SSH, SNMP, SSL or HTTP Digest Authentication.
BETA TESTERS AND DEVELOPERS WANTED
Non Cisco equipment support needs testing and feedback. APTools code will be available via CVS for those wishing to contribute patches.
Using MAC Address information gathered from
http://standards.ieee.org/regauth/oui/index.shtml and http://www.netstumbler.org I have added UNTESTED support for the following Access Points:
|Advanced Multimedia Internet
||AirPort Base Station Configurator|
||0040.96||telnet, http, serial cable managed
23/tcp open telnet
68/udp open bootpc
80/tcp open http
161/udp open snmp
||0003.2f|0004.5a||snmp and usb based configuration
Model BEFW11S4 : HTTP Managed
53/udp open domain
67/udp open bootps
69/udp open tftp
80/tcp open http
520/udp open route
If you are able to confirm the identification of any of the above access points (or are able to provide information for an access point not mentioned) please send an email with as many details as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ROUTERS AND SWITCHES:
The "Access Point Type" Drop Down menu is also able to accept a command.
This can be (ab)used in a number of ways, but its intention is to allow testing of various non-Cisco devices.
What I am looking for is a way to filter only specified MAC Addresses on the router/switch so that the parsing can be done on the router/switch side of things. Otherwise the parsing can be implemented withing APTools.
Foundry Networks Routers and switches:
As you can see, Foundry Networks supports filtering, I just need confirmation
that this syntax is correct for a Cisco Aironet: "show arp mac-address
The following command displays all ARP entries for MAC addresses that begin with
BigIron# show arp mac-address a.b.c.d ffff.0000.0000
show arp Interface
The interface specification--for example, ether0, frm1, or frmw1. Use
the command ifconfig to obtain a list of available interfaces.
SHow -IP ADDRess