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linksys WAP11v2.2 as a scanner ?
I have a linksys WAP11v2.2 wireless access point, I use it with my laptop
around the house. With my laptop I can do a scan of the Wifi channels looking
to see what networks are available. Is there anyway to do this with my linksys
WAP11v2.2. The reason I ask is the linksys has an external aerial, and may well
pick up other Wifi that my laptop can not hear.
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