On Tuesday 12 October 2004 00:20, Robert Synnott wrote:
> Sorry for posting again so soon after the first... Is there any nice
> way to handle multiple wireless access points (with different SSIDs
> and keys) under Linux (Mandrake 10.1)
if by nice you mean UI-wise...
if you're using gnome, there's something called "netapplet". It was written
for suse, but i believe it was "ported" to other distros as well. It's quite
KDE has a wireles monitor thing for setting up simple wireless profiles.
There are a bunch of scripts "out there" which can be attached to
initialisation services to enable the right wireless network (trying every
avail config and stopping when an AP is detected)..
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