NetStumbler Summary File (text) (netstumbler)

This format can...

  • read waypoints

This format has the following options: nseicon, nsneicon, seicon, sneicon, snmac .

This format reads summary files from NetStumbler0.4 or MacStumbler™.

The default behavior when creating waypoints is to use the SSID for the short name, and information about the access point for the description. When the SSID is not unique, is not available, or consists of whitespace, a short name is synthesized.

Different icons are assigned to encrypted, non-encrypted, stealth, and non-stealth access points; these may be changed with options.

NetStumbler

MacStumbler

nseicon option

Non-stealth encrypted icon name.

This option specifies the name of the icon to use for non-stealth, encrypted access points.

nsneicon option

Non-stealth non-encrypted icon name.

This option specifies the name of the icon to use for non-stealth, non-encrypted access points.

seicon option

Stealth encrypted icon name.

This option specifies the name of the icon to use for stealth, encrypted access points.

sneicon option

Stealth non-encrypted icon name.

This option specifies the name of the icon to use for stealth, non-encrypted access points.

snmac option

Shortname is MAC address.

This option causes GPSBabel to use the MAC address as the short name for the waypoint. The unmodified SSID is included in the waypoint description.