> > Then the best next step would be to attempt to connect to TCD's
> > internal wireless network.
> I probably explained myself badly.
> I have no problem with WiFi - I'm using it now, and I use it
> inside TCD frequently.
Oh right, ok. Do bare in mind that the two in Dun Laoghaire are only
payphone hotspots and have a range of just 50 metres. Other than that,
no I have yet to actually try any of them out, sorry. Incidently for
anyone wanting to try out eircom's free wi-fi nonsence themselves a list
of nationwide hotspots is available here http://tinyurl.com/4hn7g If a
few people near these areas could set up routers/base stations and
omnidirectional aerials then we might have something worthwhile to play
with. It might also be worth keeping an eye on
www.freewebs.com/yrthilian/irishwan for the Dublin area.
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