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managing multiple wireless SSIDs
- Subject: managing multiple wireless SSIDs
- From: the_mip_rvl at myrealbox.com (The MiP RvL)
- Date: Fri Jan 2 08:49:02 2004
>Under Windows XP I can specify any number of wireless
>SSIDs and Windows will automatically connect to the
>currently available SSID.
>Is there a way to do this with FreeBSD? I'm running >5.2-RC2.
>Currently I have one static SSID listed in my >/etc/start_if.wi0:
>ifconfig wi0 ssid WingNET wepmode on wepkey >0xnonyabeesness
>But I'd like for FreeBSD to automatically connect to >either
>my home SSID or my Work SSID based on which is currently
This is a linux utility that uses iwpriv scan.
It is written in perl, and can run as a deamon.
You can also try doinng some grep and sed on
which lists APs.
Roland van Laar
>Jesse Guardiani, Systems Administrator
>WingNET Internet Services,
>P.O. Box 2605 // Cleveland, TN 37320-2605
>423-559-LINK (v) 423-559-5145 (f)
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