Get an overview of found devices and filter the scan results.

The results command displays all devices the scan command found. We've explained the scan command in detail in another blog post and in this tutorial video:

Watch Scan Command - Deauther V3 Tutorial on Youtube.

👉 For this tutorial, you'll need to start Huhnitor and connect to your Deauther V3. Haven't installed Huhnitor yet? Follow this tutorial to find out how.

How to use the command

Get an overview of the command structure and available arguments by typing

help results
Help page of results command
Help page of results command

You can see that all arguments besides the first are in square brackets, meaning they are optional.
Below the command structure, you'll find a list of all the available arguments, a short explanation, and their default value (if they're optional).

Argument Explanation
-t -type The type of result you want to see. Pick ap for access points (networks), st for stations (clients), or ap+st for both.
-ch -channel The channel(s) you want to see.
-ssid -ssids The names of the networks you want to see.
-bssid -bssids The BSSIDs you want to see.
-vendor -vendors The vendor names you want to see. This filter can be used on APs as well as on stations.

AP Scan Table:

Column Information
ID Each access point is given a number to make referencing it easier.
SSID The name of the network.
RSSI This is the received signal strength of the packet. The bigger the number, the stronger the signal. A good signal could mean you're close to the device although a lot of factors play into the signal strength like the medium the signal needs to pass through.
Mode Type of encryption the network uses.
Ch The channel the network is operating on.
BSSID The MAC address of the access point.
Vendor Here you can find the manufacturer of the device (provided it's in the database programmed into the Deauther V3).

ST Scan Table:

Column Information
ID Each station is given a number to make referencing it easier.
Pkts The number of packets captured from the device.
RSSI This is the received signal strength of the packet. The bigger the number, the stronger the signal. A good signal could mean you're close to the device although a lot of factors play into the signal strength like the medium the signal needs to pass through.
Vendor Here you can find the manufacturer of the device (provided it's in the database programmed into the Deauther V3).
MAC-Address The MAC address of the station.
AccessPoint-SSID Name of the network the device is connected to.
AccessPoint-BSSID MAC-Address of the network the device is connected to.
Probe-Requests Names of networks this device is asking for. Learn more about Probe Requests here.

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