Agreed. I now have:mad jew said:Very un-Apple like.
mkrishnan said:But anyway, you do have to give them credit... the monitoring tools are much sweeter than anything in web-based administration of a Linksys or Netgear.
Really? I wonder why I have it then.... *goes to delete* It's not like I'm ever going to own one anyway....Raven VII said:They eliminated AirPort Setup Assistant for Graphite or Snow in Tiger, so there's only 4 now
Using Airport Management Utility: Choose the base and press the Monitor tab and all the clients attached will be identified with their wireless cards MAC address (I only got one client attached, my iBook):MacTruck said:Am I missing something here? How do I know if someone is on my network with these utilities?
I think Network Interfaces... will list different computers (and their IP addresses)mad jew said:Cool.
How do you get them to show who else is on your network though?
THANKS!!! I agree about the annoying number of airport utilities in my folder now...mkrishnan said:Go to this page:
And download the file called Airport Management Tools, on the right, under the heading, "Additional Resources." It will contain two more airport management utilities (now if anyone can give me an answer as to why there need to be five separate airport management utilities in my Utils folder.... )
Actually both of these new utilities provide monitoring services; the management utility also allows some multi-airport config stuff in a faster but less user friendly way than the standard Airport utility. They seem pretty neat. You can get visual charts of Signal:Noise and activity level, as well as details on each connection.