I work in a company that doesn't permit wireless (I know, I know). Anyway, they would however like to be able to detect when an employee decides to put up an unsecured wireless device which may compromise our network by exposing it to external entities.
I've done some reviewing of software that'll detect rogue wireless devices, but I'm really looking for something like the following:
1. Appliance (i.e. don't have to invest in a server and all that crap).
2. Upon start up, the device will detect and advise of all known wireless signals in its vacinity.
3. Notification would be via email and continued email every so often (interval) until the new device is either acknowledged via some sort of web interface on the appliance.
4. The list of APs and their MACs would show up, so we could easily locate the device on the network by scanning the CAM table on switches.
Anyway, that's what I'm looking for. Nothing insanely complicated. Just something simple that'll sit there and detect WLANs.
Anyone ever heard of such an animal? Doesn't have to be Cisco (herasy, I know), but it could be too. I see that Cisco does seem to have such a product, but it looks like way more than we're really looking for.
Anyway, if you know of anything, please let me know. Or maybe I just gave someone a good idea for an invention.