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Old 16th June 2005, 02:30 AM
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CLI wireless SSID detection

Hello

I am looking for a program like netstumbler for windows but that can be run without GUI. Does such a program exsist? I want to scan for wireless networks in range and then have the option of connecting to them. I can probably figure out how to connect to a network if i have the SSID but where would i get these from?

do i have to install a copy of windows and run net stumbler (lol)

the machine doesnt have Xwindows

thanks
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