WifiInfoView v2.93
Copyright (c) 2012 - 2024 Nir Sofer

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WifiInfoView scans the wireless networks in your area and displays extensive information about them, including: Network Name (SSID), MAC Address, PHY Type (802.11g or 802.11n), RSSI, Signal Quality, Frequency, Channel Number, Maximum Speed, Company Name, Router Model and Router Name (Only for routers that provides this information), and more...
When you select a wireless network in the upper pane of this tool, the lower pane displays the Wi-Fi information elements received from this device, in hexadecimal format.
WifiInfoView also has a summary mode, which displays a summary of all detected wireless networks, grouped by channel number, company that manufactured the router, PHY type, or the maximum speed.

Wifi Access Points Viewer

System Requirements

  • Operating System: This utility works on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 10, and Windows 11. Both 32-bit and x64 systems are supported.
    Windows XP is not supported because this tool is based on new Wi-Fi API that doesn't exist on Windows XP. If you want to get wireless networks information on Windows XP, you can use the WirelessNetView utility.
  • Wireless network adapter and wireless card driver that works with the built-in wireless support of Windows Vista/7/8/2008. If you don't have a compatible wireless adapter and driver, "cannot find wireless adapter" error will be displayed.
  • In order to watch 5GHz wireless networks, you have to use a wireless network adapter that supports 5 GHz channels.

Download links are on the bottom of this page

Versions History

  • Version 2.93:
    • Updated to detect 802.11be access points.
  • Version 2.92:
    • Added 'Start As Hidden' option. When this option and 'Put Icon On Tray' option are turned on, the main window of WifiInfoView will be invisible on start.
  • Version 2.91:
    • Fixed to detect 160 MHz bandwidth correctly for 5GHz access points.
  • Version 2.90:
    • Added 'Export Selected Items To .pcap file' option (Ctrl+E). When you use this option, WifiInfoView generates a .pcap capture file that you can open and analyze with Wireshark. For every selected access point, a single beacon frame with all information elements is added to the .pcap file.
    • Added description text for 802.11ax information elements ("HE Operation", "HE Capabilities", "Supported HE-MCS and NSS Set", "Spatial Reuse Parameter Set")
    • Updated to calculate the channel number and channel width for 6 GHz access points.
  • Version 2.80:
    • Added 'Full Screen' mode (View -> Full Screen or F11 key).
  • Version 2.79:
    • Fixed bug: WifiInfoView displayed incorrect channel range for 802.11ac networks with 80 MHz channel.
  • Version 2.78:
    • Added 'Sort By' toolbar button.
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 2.77:
    • Fixed the default columns size in high DPI mode.
  • Version 2.76:
    • Fixed the 'Mark Connected Access Point' option to override the 'Mark MAC Groups' option.
  • Version 2.75:
    • Added 'MAC Group' column, which detects wireless networks with similar MAC address. When you see 2 or more wireless networks with the same number in this column, it means that they are probably generated by the same device.
    • Added 'Mark MAC Groups' (Under the View menu), which allows you to mark wireless networks with different colors according to the 'MAC Group' value.
    • Added 64-bit build.
  • Version 2.72:
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
    • Fixed some high DPI mode issues (Status Bar, 'Choose Columns' Window).
  • Version 2.71:
    • Added 'SSID Encoding' option - ANSI or UTF-8. The default encoding is now set to UTF-8. If you have SSID with non-English characters and it's not displayed properly then you should change this option.
  • Version 2.70:
    • Added option to change the sorting column from the menu (View -> Sort By). Like the column header click sorting, if you click again the same sorting menu item, it'll switch between ascending and descending order. Also, if you hold down the shift key while choosing the sort menu item, you'll get a secondary sorting.
  • Version 2.68:
    • Updated to work properly in high DPI mode.
  • Version 2.67:
    • The properties window is now resizable.
    • The properties window now has multiple pages if there is no enough space to display all properties in one page.
  • Version 2.66:
    • You can now use wildcards in the BSSID/SSID filter ('Advanced Options' window). For example: MyNet?? , 00-11-22*
  • Version 2.65:
    • Added support for WPA3 detection (Security column).
    • Added support for detecting 802.11ax networks. Be aware that the calculation of 'Maximum Speed' is still not supported for 802.11ax
  • Version 2.62:
    • Fixed the /cfg command-line option to load the .cfg file from the current directory if full path is not specified.
  • Version 2.61:
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 2.60:
    • Added option to create a shortcut on your desktop that connects to the desired access point.
    • There are 2 types of shortcut you can create - 'Connect Access Point By BSSID' and 'Connect Access Point By Name'.
  • Version 2.55:
    • Added 'Connect Selected Access Point' option. This option allows you to connect your access point from the window of WifiInfoView.
    • If you have multiple access points with the same name (Wifi Extenders), you can choose a specific AP to connect.
    • Added /ConnectAP command-line option, which allows you to connect to the desired access point , by specifying network name (SSID) and MAC address (BSSID), for example:
      WifiInfoView.exe /ConnectAP "MyNet" "00-25-9C-14-2C-39"
  • Version 2.50:
    • Added 'Mark Connected Access Point'. When it's turned on, the connected access point is marked with green color.
  • Version 2.47:
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 2.46:
    • Fixed the save command-line option to work according to the selected display mode (/DisplayMode command-line option).
  • Version 2.45:
    • Added 'Restart Windows Wireless Service' option (Under the Help menu)
  • Version 2.42:
    • Fixed bug: When the SSID of the device updated, WifiInfoView dispalyed incorrect SSID string.
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 2.41:
    • You can now send the data to stdout by specifying empty string as filename, for example:
      WifiInfoView.exe /scomma "" | more
  • Version 2.40:
    • Added option to filter by signal quality (In 'Advanced Options' window).
  • Version 2.34:
    • Fixed issue: WifiInfoView displayed incorrect channel width for 802.11ac networks.
  • Version 2.33:
    • Added 'Country Code' column (For access points with 802.11d support).
  • Version 2.32:
    • Added option to save as JSON file.
  • Version 2.31:
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 2.30:
    • Added 'MAC Addresses List' option (Ctrl+F8), which allows you to create a list of MAC addresses and their description. The description specified in this list will be displayed under the 'Description' column. The MAC addresses list is saved in 'WifiInfoView_MAC_List.txt' located in the same folder of WifiInfoView.exe
  • Version 2.27:
    • Added description text for all types of information elements (Displayed in the lower pane).
  • Version 2.26:
    • Fixed bug: The filtering in the 'Advanced Options' window didn't affect the output of the command-line options ( /scomma, /shtml and others)
    • In 'Advanced Options' window - You can now also filter by SSID in addition to the BSSID filtering.
    • Added 'Select All' and 'Deselect All' to the 'Column Settings' window.
  • Version 2.25:
    • Added 'Stations Count' column (Available only for APs with 'BSS Load' information): Specifies the number of wifi clients associated with the access point.
    • Added 'Channel Utilization' column (Available only for APs with 'BSS Load' information): Specifies the % of time that the channel is busy.
  • Version 2.21:
    • Fixed the lower pane to switch focus when pressing tab key.
  • Version 2.20:
    • Added 'Connected' column - Displays 'Yes' if you are connected to this network.
  • Version 2.15:
    • Added '802.11 Standards' column, which displays the 802.11 Standards that the access point supports: 802.11d, 802.11e, 802.11h, 802.11i, 802.11k, 802.11r, and more...
    • The 'PHY Type' now displays multiple phy types (e.g: 802.11g/n, 802.11n/ac).
  • Version 2.10:
    • Added new option to 'Advanced Options' window: Show only the specified BSSIDs (Comma-delimited list).
  • Version 2.08:
    • The connection name is now displayed in the adapters list of 'Advanced Options' window.
  • Version 2.07:
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 2.06:
    • Added 'Align Numeric Columns To Right' option.
  • Version 2.05:
    • Added option to show only networks in the specified channels (In 'Advanced Options' window).
  • Version 2.00:
    • Added option to display only networks detected in the last xx seconds (In 'Advanced Options' window).
    • Added 'Show only networks with detection count higher than...' option (In 'Advanced Options' window).
  • Version 1.97:
    • Added 'Save All Items'.
  • Version 1.96:
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 1.95:
    • Added 'Affected Channels' summary mode, which shows the number of networks that affect every channel, according to the 'Channels Range' column.
  • Version 1.90:
    • Added 'Channel Width' column, in MHz.
    • Added 'Channels Range' column, which shows the actual range of channels that the wireless network uses (according to the channel width).
  • Version 1.86:
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 1.85:
    • Added 'Minimum Signal Quality' and 'Maximum Signal Quality' columns to the 'Full Details Mode'.
  • Version 1.81:
    • Added 'Put Icon On Tray' option.
  • Version 1.80:
    • Fixed WifiInfoView to calculate the maximum speed of 802.11ac networks.
  • Version 1.79:
    • WifiInfoView now displays 'Cannot find wireless adapter !' message in the bottom status bar when there is no wireless adapter...
  • Version 1.78:
    • The current display mode is now added to the window title.
  • Version 1.77:
    • Added 'Next Display Mode' (Ctrl+1) and 'Previous Display Mode' (Ctrl+2) options to easily switch between modes.
  • Version 1.76:
    • Fixed bug: WifiInfoView failed to remember the last size/position of the main window if it was not located in the primary monitor.
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 1.75:
    • Added new summary mode - Company-Router Model
  • Version 1.70:
    • Added new command-line options: /DisplayMode , /UseOnlyAdapter , /NetworkAdapter, and more.
  • Version 1.65:
    • Added 'WPS Summary Mode'.
  • Version 1.61:
    • Added secondary sorting support: You can now get a secondary sorting, by holding down the shift key while clicking the column header. Be aware that you only have to hold down the shift key when clicking the second/third/fourth column. To sort the first column you should not hold down the Shift key.
  • Version 1.60:
    • Added 'Percent' column to the summary mode.
  • Version 1.56:
    • Fixed the command-line scan (added on version 1.50) to wait until the scan is completed.
    • Added /NumberOfScans command-line option, which allows you to scan multiple times from command-line, in order to get a better result, for example:
      WifiInfoView.exe /NumberOfScans 5 /scomma c:\temp\wscan.csv
  • Version 1.55:
    • Added 'Start Time' column, which displays the last time that access point was possibly started/restarted/rebooted. Be aware that some access points reset their timestamp periodically without restart/reboot action, and thus for these APs, the time value dislayed on this column doesn't represent the correct start time.
    • The 'WPS Support' column now displays the WPS status - Configured, Not Configured, or Locked.
  • Version 1.50:
    • Added command-line options to export the wireless networks list into a file.
  • Version 1.45:
    • The 'Security' column now displays the security mode of the network - WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, and so on.... (Instead of Yes/No)
    • Added Security Summary Mode.
    • The 'Cipher' column now displays more accurate information. (Added TKIP+CCMP value)
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
  • Version 1.40:
    • Added 'Copy MAC Addresses' option (Ctrl+M)
    • Added 'Show Lower Pane' option (Under the View menu). You can turn it off if you don't need the lower pane.
  • Version 1.36:
    • WifiInfoView now detects 802.11ac networks (according to the 'VHT Capabilities' and 'VHT Operation' information elements)
  • Version 1.35:
    • Added 'Cipher' column.
    • Added 'WPS Support' column.
  • Version 1.30:
    • Added 'Average Signal Quality' column.
    • Added 'Advanced Options' window (F9), which allows you to choose the wireless network adapter that will be used to scan the wireless networks. This option is useful if you have multiple wireless network adapters.
    • Added 'Clear Networks List' option.
  • Version 1.26:
    • Added /cfg command-line option, which instructs WifiInfoView to use a config file in another location instead if the default config file, for example:
      WifiInfoView.exe /cfg "%AppData%\WifiInfoView.cfg"
  • Version 1.25:
    • Added BSS Type Summary Mode.
  • Version 1.20:
    • Added 'Automatically Scroll Down On New Item' option.
  • Version 1.18:
    • Added 'BSS Type' column - Infrastructure or Ad-Hoc.
    • Fixed the flickering while scrolling the wireless networks list.
  • Version 1.17:
    • Added 'Select Another Font' option, which allows you to choose a font (name and size) to use on the main window.
  • Version 1.16:
    • Added 'Sort On Every Update' option.
  • Version 1.15:
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses file.
    • Added 'Mark Odd/Even Rows' option, under the View menu. When it's turned on, the odd and even rows are displayed in different color, to make it easier to read a single line.
  • Version 1.10:
    • Added new summary mode: Signal Quality.
  • Version 1.05:
    • Added 2 new summary modes - Router Name and Router Model.
  • Version 1.00 - First release.

Start Using WifiInfoView

WifiInfoView doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - WifiInfoView.exe

After you run WifiInfoView, the list of detected wireless networks in your area is displayed on the upper pane and it's updated at very high rate. You can change update rate from Options->Update Rate menu.
When you select one or more wireless networks in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the Wi-Fi information elements of the selected items, in hexadecimal format.

Columns In the Upper Pane

  • SSID: The name of the network.
  • MAC Address: MAC address of the router.
  • PHY Type: The PHY type for this network - 802.11a, 802.11g, 802.11n, or High-Rate DSSS
  • RSSI: The received signal strength indicator value, in units of decibels referenced to 1.0 milliwatts (dBm), as detected by the wireless LAN interface driver for the AP or peer station.
  • Signal Quality: A number between 0 and 100 that represents the quality of the signal.
  • Frequency: The channel center frequency of the band on which the 802.11 Beacon or Probe Response frame was received. The value of this column is in units of Gigahertz (GHz).
  • Channel: Channel number used by this wireless network.
  • Information Size:The total size (in bytes) of all Wi-Fi information elements received from this wireless network.
  • Elements Count: The total number of Wi-Fi information elements received from this wireless network.
  • Company: The company that manufactured the router, according to the 3 first bytes of the MAC address.
  • Router Model: The model of the router. This value is displayed only for routers that provide this information inside the Wi-Fi information elements.
  • Router Name: The name of the router. This value is displayed only for routers that provide this information inside the Wi-Fi information elements.
  • Security: Specifies whether the network is secured (Yes/No).
  • Maximum Speed: The maximum speed (in Mbps) that you can get when connecting to this wireless network.
  • First Detection: The first date/time that this network was detected.
  • Last Detection: The last date/time that this network was detected.
  • Detection Count: The number of times that this network was detected.

Summary Modes

When you switch to one of the summary modes, instead of showing the list of all networks, WifiInfoView only shows the number of networks and the average/minimum/maximum of the signal quality for every group.

Wifi Channels Report

For example, in the above screenshot, you can see that there are 25 wireless networks that use channel 6, 10 wireless networks that use channel 11, and so on....

In the example below, you can see the there are 9 wireless routers of NETGEAR, 8 wireless routers of Sagemcom, and so on... (Be aware that some companies may appear more than once, with a little different name)

Wifi Companies Report

The following summary modes are available under the Options menu: Channels Summary Mode, Companies Summary Mode, PHY Types Summary Mode, and Max Speed Summary Mode

The 'Company' Column

WifiInfoView allows you to view the company name of each wireless device. The company name is determined according to the MAC address.

By default, WifiInfoView uses an internal database of MAC addresses/companies which is updated from time to time. If you want to use the most updated database, you can download it from the following link, and put in the same folder of WifiInfoView.exe: http://standards-oui.ieee.org/oui.txt
Be aware that you must save it as 'oui.txt'

Connect Selected Access Point

The 'Connect Selected Access Point' option (F2) allows you to connect to the desired access point from the main window of WifiInfoView. This feature is especially useful if you have multiple access points with the same name, because WifiInfoView allows you choose the access point to connect. , as opposed to the default wifi manager of Windows, which makes the connection according to the network name.

Export to .pcap file

Starting from version 2.90, you can export the access points information to .pcap file by using the 'Export Selected Items To .pcap file' option (Ctrl+E), and then open and analyze the generated .pcap file with the Wireshark software.
When you use this option, a single beacon frame with all information elements is added to the .pcap file for every access point that you select.

Here's an example for .pcap file generated by WifiInfoView, and then opened in Wireshark:

Using WifiInfoView With GetNir Tool

You can use WifiInfoView together with GetNir tool to extract specific value from WifiInfoView.
Here's some example:
  • Get the RSSI of 'MyNet' access point and send it to stdout:
    WifiInfoView.exe /stab "" | GetNir "RSSI" "SSID=MyNet"
  • Get the RSSI of access point that its BSSID is 01-02-03-04-05-06 and store it in rssi.txt :
    WifiInfoView.exe /stab "" | GetNir "RSSI" "MACAddress=01-02-03-04-05-06" > rssi.txt
  • Get the list of access points on channel 48, and send the result to stdout:
    WifiInfoView.exe /stab "" | GetNir "SSID" "Channel=48"
  • Get the name, BSSID, and RSSI of the access point you are connected to, and send the result to stdout:
    WifiInfoView.exe /stab "" | GetNir "SSID,MACAddress,RSSI" "Connected=Yes"

Command-Line Options

/ConnectAP <SSID> {BSSID} {Profile Name} {Network Adapter} Connect to the specified access point.
<SSID> is the name of the network to connect.
{BSSID} is the MAC address of the access point to connect. You can use the following formats: XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX , XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX, XXXXXXXXXXXX . If you don't specify the MAC address, only the network name will be used.
{Profile Name} - The name of the profile that contain the network key to connect the network. If the profile is not specified, WifiInfoView will try to find the right profile automatically.
{Network Adapter} - This parameter is needed only if you have multiple wireless network adapters. You can specify the GUID of the network adapter or part of the network adapter name. For example, if the network adapter name is 'Edimax AC600 Wireless LAN USB Adapter', you can specify the name as "Edimax AC600".

Here's some examples:
WifiInfoView.exe /ConnectAP "MyNet" "00-25-9C-14-2C-39"
WifiInfoView.exe /ConnectAP "MyNet"
WifiInfoView.exe /ConnectAP "MyNet" "00259C142C39" MyNetProfile
WifiInfoView.exe /ConnectAP "MyNet" "00-25-9C-14-2C-39" "" "Edimax AC600"
WifiInfoView.exe /ConnectAP "MyNet" "00-25-9C-14-2C-39" MyNetProfile "{F340052F-E512-38C0-B9A9-A21D723BD7CE}"

/cfg <Filename> Start WifiInfoView with the specified configuration file. For example:
WifiInfoView.exe /cfg "c:\config\csv.cfg"
WifiInfoView.exe /cfg "%AppData%\WifiInfoView.cfg"
/NumberOfScans <Number> Specifies the number of scans to perform when using the save command-line options (/scomma, /shtml, and so on...)
/stext <Filename> Save the list of wireless networks into a regular text file.
/stab <Filename> Save the list of wireless networks into a tab-delimited text file.
/scomma <Filename> Save the list of wireless networks into a comma-delimited text file (csv).
/stabular <Filename> Save the list of wireless networks into a tabular text file.
/shtml <Filename> Save the list of wireless networks into HTML file (Horizontal).
/sverhtml <Filename> Save the list of wireless networks into HTML file (Vertical).
/sxml <Filename> Save the list of wireless networks into XML file.
/sjson <Filename> Save the list of wireless networks into JSON file.
/sort <column> This command-line option can be used with other save options for sorting by the desired column. If you don't specify this option, the list is sorted according to the last sort that you made from the user interface. The <column> parameter can specify the column index (0 for the first column, 1 for the second column, and so on) or the name of the column, like "SSID" and "RSSI". You can specify the '~' prefix character (e.g: "~SSID") if you want to sort in descending order. You can put multiple /sort in the command-line if you want to sort by multiple columns.

WifiInfoView.exe /shtml "d:\temp\wifi.html" /sort 2 /sort ~1
WifiInfoView.exe /scomma "d:\temp\wifi.html" /sort "~Security" /sort "SSID"

/nosort When you specify this command-line option, the list will be saved without any sorting.
/UseOnlyAdapter <0 | 1> Specifies whether to use only the desired network adapter. 0 = No, 1 = Yes.
/NetworkAdapter <Adapter Guid> Specifies the guid of the network adapter to use, for example:
WifiInfoView.exe /UseOnlyAdapter 1 /NetworkAdapter "{F261051F-D217-12D0-B9A9-F61D323AD21E}"
/SortOnEveryUpdate <0 | 1> Specifies whether to sort on every update. 0 = No, 1 = Yes.
/MacAddressFormat <1 - 3> Specifies the MAC address format. 1 = XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX, 2 = XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX, 3 = XXXXXXXXXXXX.
/DisplayMode <1 - 11> Specifies the display mode:
1 - Full Details Mode
2 - Channels Summary Mode
3 - Companies Summary Mode
4 - PHY Types Summary Mode
5 - Max Speed Summary Mode
6 - Router Model Summary Mode
7 - Router Name Summary Mode
8 - Signal Quality Summary Mode
9 - BSS Type Summary Mode
10 - Security Summary Mode
11 - WPS Summary Mode
/UpdateRate <1 - 4> Specifies the update rate: 1- Low, 2 - Medium, 3 - High, 4 - Very High.

For all save command-line options, you can specify empty filename in order to send the data to stdout, for example:
WifiInfoView.exe /scomma "" | more

Translating WifiInfoView to other languages

In order to translate WifiInfoView to other language, follow the instructions below:
  1. Run WifiInfoView with /savelangfile parameter:
    WifiInfoView.exe /savelangfile
    A file named WifiInfoView_lng.ini will be created in the folder of WifiInfoView utility.
  2. Open the created language file in Notepad or in any other text editor.
  3. Translate all string entries to the desired language. Optionally, you can also add your name and/or a link to your Web site. (TranslatorName and TranslatorURL values) If you add this information, it'll be used in the 'About' window.
  4. After you finish the translation, Run WifiInfoView, and all translated strings will be loaded from the language file.
    If you want to run WifiInfoView without the translation, simply rename the language file, or move it to another folder.


This utility is released as freeware. You are allowed to freely distribute this utility via floppy disk, CD-ROM, Internet, or in any other way, as long as you don't charge anything for this and you don't sell it or distribute it as a part of commercial product. If you distribute this utility, you must include all files in the distribution package, without any modification !


The software is provided "AS IS" without any warranty, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The author will not be liable for any special, incidental, consequential or indirect damages due to loss of data or any other reason.


If you have any problem, suggestion, comment, or you found a bug in my utility, you can send a message to nirsofer@yahoo.com

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WifiInfoView is also available in other languages. In order to change the language of WifiInfoView, download the appropriate language zip file, extract the 'wifiinfoview_lng.ini', and put it in the same folder that you Installed WifiInfoView utility.

LanguageTranslated ByDateVersion
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Danish Dennis Kamp31/07/20141.65
DutchJan Verheijen12/03/20242.93
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Spanish Kiketrucker25/04/20192.45
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Turkish HARUN ARI12/03/20242.93
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VietnameseHai Hoang29/07/20172.26