The information gathered is separated into columns. These columns can all be rearranged except for the Check Boxes, Join, and SSID. The network that the user is connected to will be highlighted in this section with a yellow hue. Columns can be toggled on/off from the preferences menu.

Columns can also be toggled on/off by right-clicking the Headers.


Information Chart

Column Definitions

802.11r Currently supported by iOS & OSX, this 802.11 standard is an essential part of the WiFi Alliance "Voice Enterprise" certification and permits Fast Secure Roaming in less than 20 milliseconds
Ad-Hoc Whether the network is setup as and Ad-Hoc or not
AP Name Identify signal strength to AP's by name. No need to correlate which BSSID MAC address belongs to which AP
Band (Channel Band) The frequency range that a network is operating on, 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz
BSSID (Cannot be turned off) The MAC address or unique address that identifies each specific device
Channel The specific channel a network is operating on
Channel Utilization A snapshot of the AP's perspective on Channel Utilization. Great for spotting a potential problem, you may want to investigate
Clients (Number of Clients) Quickly determine the amount of clients connected to an AP (If QBSS Load enabled in the infrastructure). Great for analyzing client distribution in a high-density environment with multiple AP's
Country Code The Country Code of a network (if given by the Access Point)
Join Allows the user to connect to a specific network
Label (Click to Add) Double Click this column to add a “Label” of your choice to the selection and further organize the chart
Last Seen How long ago the network was seen by the scanner
Max Rate The maximum speed an Access Point can send and receive data
Mode (PHY Mode) The type of protocol a network’s Access Point is using
Noise The amount of interference that is in a signal
Protection Mode Quickly determine whether you have legacy devices in or around your 802.11n network that are slowing network down to do protection mechanisms getting enabled
Security The type of security that a device currently has implemented
Signal The signal strength or RSSI received from a device
SNR Signal to Noise Ratio (The higher the positive number, the better)
SSID (Network Name) (Cannot be turned off) The name of a network. If the user has multiple Access Points on one network, then there could be multiple SSIDs with the same name (but will have varying BSSIDs)
Streams (Spatial Streams) The number of spatial streams an Access Point is capable of transmitting and receiving
Vendor The manufacturer of the Access Point
WPS (WiFi Protected Setup Whether WiFi Protected Setup is enabled or not

Speed Test Column Definitions

Recent Down Speed Most recent download speed run on an Access Point
Max Down Speed Maximum download speed of all tests run on an Access Point
Avg Down Speed Average download speed of all tests run on an Access Point
Min Down Speed Minimum download speed of all tests run on an Access Point
Recent Up Speed Most recent upload speed run on an Access Point
Max Up Speed Maximum upload speed of all tests run on an Access Point
Avg Up Speed
Average upload speed of all tests run on an Access Point
Min Up Speed Minimum upload speed of all tests run on an Access Point