How can I log intruders?

Paranoia is often a good thing.
For Linux, I use Snort for intrustion detection:
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For Windoze, I found these which admittedly, I haven't had time to try: Airsnare
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For analysis of what they are doing after breaking in, I prefer Ethereal:
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both Linux and Windoze.
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Jeff Liebermann
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Probably, but their is a free little tool called airsnare that will alert you if anyone actually connects to your network which would be useful if they cracked your wep key, but finding out if someone is just passively sniffin the network is probably not possible.
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Airhead

Is there an (easy) way to log all the wireless machines that have been or
tried to connect to my Lynksys WRT54G?
I use WEP but there are about 8 networks within easy reach of my house, so
I know there are lot of wireless PC's or laptops around.
And perhaps there is a enthousiast around with Airsnort or Airopeek
software analyzing the data packages etc etc.
Or am I being to paranoid, ;-)
Thanks for any Help.
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Interceptor

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