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  • 15. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    I am looking for the JWRAPI binaries for almost a month. Author does no reply to any of the several mails I have sent.
    Could anyone be so kind as to send them to me @my email ?

    Thanks
  • 16. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    I was also looking for this JWRAPI and sent the author an email ... but got no reply. Is there any chance of getting the binaries here? Could anyone send them to streybem at student.ethz.ch? It would be greatly appreciatet!

    Thanks
  • 17. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    I'm sorry, I don't even get my email typed correctly. It should be steybem at student.ethz.ch
    Thanks.
  • 18. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    Can any one send me the JWRAPI binaries?
    I sent an e-mail to author but I fear to attend so much...
    My mail address is claudio.buda@studio.unibo.it
    Thank you a lot.
  • 19. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    Can any one send me the JWRAPI binaries?
    I sent an e-mail to author but I fear to attend so much...

    romantic916@gmail.com
  • 20. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    Hello everybody
    I have the same problem as most of the people in this thread. I would like to check out the JWRAPI library, but the author doesn't answer my mail. I would be very happy if someone could send me the binaries or the password for the download.
    My email is: cool_marcelaaaa@web.de

    Thank you very much!
    marcel
  • 21. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    Could someone please send me the JWRAPI binaries?
    I sent an email to the author a couple of weeks ago but have had no response.
    My mail address is cjrueda@gmail.com
    Thanks
  • 22. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    Hola chicos buena noticia tengo donde consegir los binarios javawrapi.jar, con las demas herramientas, lo que nesesito que me ayuden como hacer funcionar.

    Hello boys good the news I have where to consegir the binary ones to javawrapi.jar, with demas tools, which nesesito that helps ds me like making work


    javawrapi.jar : http://edge.mcs.drexel.edu/regli/Classes/CS680/Papers/NIST%20Location%20System/lib/

    JavaWrapi.dll :
    http://edge.mcs.drexel.edu/regli/Classes/CS680/Papers/NIST%20Location%20System/

    ndisprot.inf and ndisprot.sys: http://edge.mcs.drexel.edu/regli/Classes/CS680/Papers/NIST%20Location%20System/RawPacket%20NDIS%20Driver/


    my problem is:
    //
    import java.io.IOException;
    import wrapi.JavaWrapi;
    import wrapi.NDISDevice;
    import wrapi.DOT11API;

    /**
    * Print the SSID of current Access Point.
    *
    * Created: Mon Jan 08 10:41:18 2000
    *
    * @author Johan Kristiansson
    * @version $Name: $ $Revision: 1.1 $
    * @date $Date: 2003/11/01 15:13:28 $
    */
    public class PrintAP
    {

    /**
    * Tests all available methods.
    */     
    public static void main( String args[] )
    {
    try
    {
    // get an instance of JavaWrapi
    JavaWrapi jWrapi = JavaWrapi.getInstance();

    // locate a 802.11 device
    NDISDevice dot11NIC = jWrapi.getDOT11Device();
    jWrapi.openNDISDevice( dot11NIC );

    // get the dot 11 api
    DOT11API dot11API = jWrapi.getDOT11API();

    System.out.println( "Current SSID (AP) is <" + dot11API.getSSId() + ">" );
    }
    catch( Exception e )
    {     
    e.printStackTrace();
    }//*/
    }

    } // PrintAP


    javac PrintAP .java
    ok no problem
    Pero :

    java PrintAP


    Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: D:\jdk1.5.0_04\bin\JavaWrapi.dll: Can't find dependent libraries
    at java.lang.ClassLoader$NativeLibrary.load(Native Method)
    at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary0(ClassLoader.java:1751)
    at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(ClassLoader.java:1676)
    at java.lang.Runtime.loadLibrary0(Runtime.java:822)
    at java.lang.System.loadLibrary(System.java:992)
    at wrapi.DOT11APIImpl.<init>(DOT11APIImpl.java:52)
    at wrapi.JavaWrapi.<init>(JavaWrapi.java:52)
    at wrapi.JavaWrapi.getInstance(JavaWrapi.java:183)
    at PrintAP.main(PrintAP.java:26)

    Boys since aid collaborates to them as are my error please.
  • 23. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    Hello!! I am almost desperate.... :�- (

    I have tried to access the web with de javawrapi jar but it doesn't work. And i have no respone from the author. Can anyone send me the binaries?
    please!!!! please!!!!

    Thank you very very much!!!

    Glo.
  • 24. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    ok, If i post the email is easy.. je,je,je

    email: glgarcia@ono.com

    Thanks again!!!!
  • 25. Re: 802.11 parameters
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    I have sent the request to the author but no reply from him yet, may be he is quite busy at the moment.

    Would be very appreaciated if anyone can send me the binary file.

    TIA.

    my email:
    blueocean3@cheerful.com
  • 26. JWRAPI binaries
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    Hello everyone

    I think you can stop asking for the binaries because I don't think that anyone would send them to you ... we should respect the authors will of him controlling access to his libraries. I wrote him an email and got no response ... so I tried again and after a week he sent me the password.

    (if you really don't get any reply, try googling for javawrapi.jar -> http://edge.cs.drexel.edu/regli/Classes/CS680/Papers/NIST%20Location%20System/ )

    So, using the jwrapi library, I have encountered some problems with retrieving a list of access points in range: Only the first entry in the list is correct and all the rest is just nonsense!
    I tried to figure out what this might be all about because I faced the same problem when using WMI. As I found out, it seems to be a problem with NDIS and Microsoft's SP2 for WinXP! I found posts stating that all worked well with WinXP SP1, but as soon as SP2 was installed, the NDIS API was somehow corrupted and did not return a correct list of reachable access points. Does anyone know what the real problem is and how to solve it???

    Meanwhile I am using the placelab library (the wifi-spotter) in order to retrieve a list of access points in range, which works quite well!

    thanks
  • 27. Re: JWRAPI binaries
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    Hello,

    thanks for javawrapi.jar . I have tried to use it in my application, but I have this problem. When I have compiled ScanMain.java (my main code), it gives back this error:

    java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: _enumerateDevices
         at DOT11APIImpl._enumerateDevices(Native Method)
         at JavaWrapi.enumerateNDISDevices(JavaWrapi.java:34)
         at JavaWrapi.getDOT11Device(JavaWrapi.java:82)
         at ScanMain.main(ScanMain.java:23)
    Exception in thread "main"

    I think that I have a problem with a JavaWrapi.dll, but I have installed it. Can you help me?
    Thanks,

    Simone
  • 28. Re: JWRAPI binaries
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    Hello,

    thanks for javawrapi.jar . I have tried to use it in
    my application, but I have this problem. When I have
    compiled ScanMain.java (my main code), it gives back
    this error:

    java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: _enumerateDevices
         at DOT11APIImpl._enumerateDevices(Native Method)
    at
    t JavaWrapi.enumerateNDISDevices(JavaWrapi.java:34)
         at JavaWrapi.getDOT11Device(JavaWrapi.java:82)
         at ScanMain.main(ScanMain.java:23)
    Exception in thread "main"

    I think that I have a problem with a JavaWrapi.dll,
    but I have installed it. Can you help me?
    Thanks,

    Simone
    add the folder containing these dlls to your system's PATH variable
  • 29. Re: JWRAPI binaries
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    Thank you very much for the binaries!!!!
    Ok, once i had all installed i started proving the examples. Now i have a problem, when i run any example i got a NullPointerException in the sentence
    jWrapi.openNDISDevice( dot11NIC ); the problem is in
    NDISDevice dot11NIC = jWrapi.getDOT11Device(); because doesn't return anything

    anyone knows what is the problem?

    thaks everybody!!!!

    Glo.