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Yes, TamoGraph can capture data from multiple channels simultaneously if you use multiple compatible USB adapters. This shortens the time needed to collect data from the channels being scanned as you move along the survey path, and, therefore, improves th...
Yes, it can. The same applies to detecting 802.11an access points if you use an 802.11a adapter.
No, you can use pretty much any modern Wi-Fi adapter. However, active surveys give you only a small part of the WLAN picture. To get comprehensive information, passive surveys are mandatory. A compatible adapter is required for passive surveys.
If you get the error message saying that msvcp110.dll is missing, please visit https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30679 [1] , click "Download", check the box next to "VSU_4\vcredist_x86.exe" (that's the 32-bit package, you need...
Our hardware compatibility list includes only those cards that we've tested ourselves in our test lab. There are other cards that may be compatible with TamoGraph. The best way to find out if your card is compatible is downloading our Adapter Test Utility...
The answer depends on the adapter type:§ Atheros-based CardBus, PCI, miniPCI, miniPCIe, and ExpressCard adapters: Depending on your country, your wireless adapter may not support all the channels shown in that window. The channels that are available for u...
When you install a new TamoGraph version on macOS, in some cases, it may be necessary to update the Wi-Fi packet capture engine. Currently, this operation is not performed automatically; it requires some simple user actions. The same actions are requir...
This question is answered in the UDP Upstream and Downstream Loss chapter.
This happens because you disabled the "Windows Update" service. This service is essntial for driver update operations. Enable this service in Administrative Tools => Services and try again.
This is a firewall issue. This means that the UDP data being sent from the server cannot reach the client. When performing UDP testing, the client sends upstream UDP traffic to the server from a random UDP port to the server port (27100 by default.) The r...