Fri Sep 12 07:02:55 PDT 2003
Yes, this works, i tried it right now :-) somwhere on net i found script
named FakeAP, and with it you can generate tousands of fake APs :-) Maybe it
will need to set greater delay (option --sleep) between essid changes,
permit only few AP names and it will works just like you need..
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----- Original Message -----
From: Jeff Meden <jmeden at qn.net>
To: <hostap at shmoo.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2003 8:38 PM
Subject: Re: Multiple SSID
> This is a issue that can be worked around... Since users will not
> de-associate when the SSID is changed, it is possible to 'rotate'
> through two or more and pick up users as you go through, to allow users
> to see multiple SSIDs. With creative timing, this method lets you
> migrate from one name to another, without having to reconfigure all
> clients at once. Realistically, to have one AP with multiple IDs goes
> against the idea of the SSID/ESSID as intended in 802.11b, you usually
> dont even want several APs to have more than one, since its a 'service
> set ID' and you cant have more than one actual 'service set' on one
> channel at one time no matter how hard you try.
> CASASSOVICI Alexander wrote:
> >I'm looking for information about HostAP performances.
> >It looks great... one important question remains unsolved, though:
> >Can HostAP manage multiple SSID on the same Wireless Network (just as
> >Cisco is doing in their aironet cards) and hw is it done, (do u get 2
> >Thanx for your help
> >CASASSOVICI Alexander -- Ing?nieur ENST
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