How to find All Your Neighbor’s WiFi Profile in Windows 7

Posted: April 15, 2010 in Uncategorized
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If you are a geek like us, you will find this trick very helpful on diagnosis your wireless network experience. Particularly wireless interference, if you are living in a crowed neighborhoods.
You can run the following command on your Windows 7 or Vista to find more details about all your neighbor’s wireless network.

netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid
 
wireless_channels
As you can see, this command will show you all the wireless network your card detects. Not only that it will give you information such as their Signal Strength, Channel, Radio Type, Authentication Method, Encryption Method, etc ……

…… So! What you have in mind?

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