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Looking for free Access Point Analyzer

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Is there any freeware available that could analyze the traffic condition on a particular access point?like the number of nodes connected to the AP , the AP utilization , packet loss and etc. thanks a lot
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Have you seen netstumber (network stumbler) http://www.netstumbler.com/ . It's the standard.

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