OS X nearby-wifi scanner
OS X based shell script for gathering information about nearby wireless access points. It scans what's around your wireless adapter in your Macbook (using
airport utility) and provides you with the text file output and information about SSIDs, BSSIDs, their channels, signal strenght and types of encryption nearby the access point you are connected to.
By default it produces output in your logged user's homedir with the name
You can ofcourse change the target directory, together with user.
In case you put it into your cron (or Mac OS X's launchd, see: http://blog.portwd.com/sysadmin/os-x-lion-ssh-rsync-scripts-not-working-automatically/), you will get a perodical scanner, regardless of which access point you are connected to.
There's also a remote upload functionality, via rsync you can transfer these data to your other machines (perhaps because of the storage or something..)
Variables needed to be set for remote upload:
$YOUR_REMOTE_USER - your SSH remote user
$YOUR_REMOTE_MACHINE - your SSH remote machine
(and maybe some other stuff like SSH ports or keys..)
Always open for tuning. :)