Is it possible to log, how, when and why, Wi-Fi network changes it's parameters like protocol, channel and so on?
Also would like to see client connections, base station switch, speed switch and so on.
Is it possible?
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Method to save a log using a bat file and task scheduler by event trigger:
add this line in the bat
netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid >> C:\dump.txt
netsh wlan show all >> C:\dump.txt
and save into a path:
Then open Task Scheduler.
taskschd.mscand press Intro.
Press General tab and mark Run with highest Privileges to be sure to run the bat with Administrator Rights, then press ok and close task manager.
This method will execute the bat and save a dump or log in every Auto conection or disconection of Wireless Interface.
it will save a log with something like this in a text file.
PD: Images have been taken as referencial from google, i could be posted mine but ive my Current SO in Spanish.
Works in Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1
Not tested in Windows XP, Windows 10.