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       gpsmap - Wireless sniffing and monitoring


       gpsmap [-hviNIDVGMtbruapek] [-g config-file] [-o output-file]
       [-f filter-list] [-F filter-type-list] [-z numthreads] [-S mapsource] [-c coords] [-s scale]
       [-m usermap] [-d mapsize] [-n netcolors] [-O offset] [color-saturation] [map-intensity] [-R range-opacity] [feather-range] [-K bounds-opacity]
       [-U hull-opacity] [-A scatter-opacity] [-B scatter-size] [feather-scatter]
       [-Z draw-power-zoom]
       [-P power-opacity] [-Q power-res] [-q power-colors] [-E center-opacity]
       [-H center-size] [-l label-list] [-L label-orientation]
       [-K legend-opacity] [-F feature-order]

       GPSFile1 [GpsFile2 ... GpsFileN]


       gpsmap  reads  GPS  and  Network  XML  datafiles  and plots networks on
       downloaded vector maps or satellite photos or user-supplied images.


       -h, --help
              Display usage

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose output

       -g, --config-file FILE
              Use alternate config file FILE

       -o, --output FILE
              Image output file

       -f, --filter LIST
              Comma separated list of MACs to filter

       -i, --invert-filter
              Process only MACs specified in the filter list

       -F, --typefilter LIST
              Comma      separated      list      of       network       types
              (ap,adhoc,probe,turbocell,data,unknown) to filter

       -I, --invert-typefilter
              Process only MACs and types  specified in the filter list

       -z, --threads NUM
              Spawn NUM threads for power interpolation calculations

       -N, --pure-avg-center
              Use  old pure-average center to guess the center of a network by
              averaging all of the sample points,  instead  of  the  new  code
              which tries to find the most relevant cluster of sample points.

       -S, --map-source SOURCE
              Source  to  download  maps  from  (-1  = Null; 0 = Mapblast; 1 =
              MapPoint(broken); 2  =  Terraserver;  3  =  Tiger  Census;  4  =
              Earthamap; 5 = Terraserver Topographic).  Default: 4

       -D, --keep-gif
              Keep downloaded GIF file

       -V, --version
              Version of GPSMap


       -c, --coords LAT,LON
              Force  map center to LAT,LON instead of automatically calculated

       -s, --scale SCALE
              Force map scale of SCALE  instead  of  automatically  calculated

       -m, --user-map MAP
              Use  custom  map file instead of downloading one.  If center and
              scale are specified in the map title they will be used.

       -d, --map-size X,Y
              Download map at XSIZE,YSIZE.  Default: 1280x1024

       -n, --network-colors COLORS
              Color networks by COLORS (0 = Random rotation; 1 =  Color  based
              on WEP and factory default; 2 = Color based on network channel).
              Default: 0

       -G, --no-greyscale
              Don't convert map to greyscale

       --color-saturation PERCENTAGE
              Set background map image color saturation.  0 is greyscale,  100
              is full normal colors.

       --map-intensity [-]PERCENTAGE
              Set  background  map  intensity.  Negative percentages cause the
              map to be  layered  over  a  black  background,  while  positive
              percentages cause the map to be layered over a white background.

       -M, --metric
              Download map with metric measurements (if possible)

       -O, --offset XOFF,YOFF
              Offset map by XOFF,YOFF pixels.


       -t, --draw-track
              Draw travel track

       -Y, --draw-track-width WIDTH
              Travel track width.  Default: 3

       -b, --draw-bounds
              Draw network bounding box

       -K, --draw-bounds-opacity OPACITY
              Opacity to draw bounding boxes with.  Default: 10

       -r, --draw-range
              Draw estimated range circles

       -R, --draw-range-opacity OPACITY
              Opacity to draw range circles with.  Default: 70

              Feather the range circles out into transparency

       -u, --draw-hull
              Draw convex hull for each network

       -U, --draw-hull-opacity OPACITY
              Opacity to draw convex hull with.  Default: 70

       -a, --draw-scatter
              Draw scatter plot of data points

       -A, --draw-scatter-opacity OPACITY
              Scatter plot opacity Default: 100

              Feather the edges of scatterplot circles.  VERY SLOW.

       -B, --draw-scatter-size SIZE
              Draw scatter at radius size.  Default: 2

       -Z, --draw-power-zoom
              Power based scatter plot range for scaling colors [Default: 0] 0
              determines upper limit based on max observed for  network  1-255
              is user defined upper limit

       -p, --draw-power
              Draw interpolated network power

       -P, --draw-power-opacity OPACITY
              Interpolated power opacity.  Default: 70

       -Q, --draw-power-res RES
              Interpolated power resolution.  Default: 5

       -q, --draw-power-colors COLORS
              Interpolated   power   color  set.  (0  is  a  ramp  though  RGB
              colorspace; 1 is the origional color set; 2 is weathermap  radar
              style).  Default: 0

       -e, --draw-center
              Draw dot at center of network range

       -E, --draw-center-opacity OPACITY
              Center dot opacity. Default: 100

       -H, --draw-center-size SIZE
              Center dot at radius size. Default: 2

       -l, --draw-labels LIST
              Draw  network  label  types,  comma-seperated  list.  Labels are
              drawn in the order given.  Valid labels are bssid,  ssid,  info,
              location, manuf.

       -L, --draw-label-orient ORIENT
              Label orientation (0 upper left, 8 lower right) Default: 7

       -k, --draw-legend
              Draw map legend

       -K, --draw-legend-opacity OPACITY
              Legend opacity [Default: 90]

       -F, --feature-order ORDER
              String  representing  the  order  map  features  are  drawn. (p:
              interpolated power; t: tracks; b: bounds; r: range  circles;  h:
              convex  hulls;  s:  scatter  plot;  c:  center  dot;  l: labels)
              Default: 'ptbrhscl'.


       Draws a blue track along the traveled path, based  on  the  track  data
       saved by Kismet.

       Draws the bounding rectangle around the extreme points of each network.

       Estimates  the  range  of a network based on the average center and the
       distance to the closest extreme corner.  Not exact,  but  often  useful
       for estimating the range of the network.

       Convex  hull  of all sample points for each network.  This will display
       the exact detected range of the networks.

       Draws a dot for every detected packet point.

       By far the most CPU intensive, power interpolation forms  a  grid  over
       the  image and attempts to interpolate the power for points that aren't
       directly sampled.  For this graph to be a reasonable representation  of
       reality,  samples  around the entire area, preferably forming a grid or
       mesh, should be taken.

       Simply draw a dot in the averaged center of each network

       Labels are drawn in the order requested in the list.  Labels are  drawn
       based on the center of the network and the label orientation.  There is
       some logic to attempt  to  prevent  label  overlap,  but  on  extremely
       crowded maps it will be unavoidable.

       Draws  a  legend  on the bottom of the map with the coordinates, scale,
       total sampled networks, networks  visible  on  the  current  plot,  and
       dynamic  information  based on the plots selected and the network color
       methods requested.


       While not technically a bug, source  1  (MapPoint)  are  nonfunctional.
       The  vendors  have  changed  their  serivice  in  such a way that it is
       impossible to download the map images from them.  GPSMap still supports
       these  sources,  but  ONLY  for predownloaded images that may have been
       kept previously.  Attempts to use these sources when a user map is  not
       available will fail.




       Mike Kershaw

                                March 14, 2004                       gpsmap(1)