Is it possible that SSID overlay each other ?

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Gunter Hansen, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. When I look with well known SSID scanners (e.g. NetStumbler) for available wireless LANs
    then I cannot see certain nets. However according to statement from other users they should
    be available.

    In order to be able to connect to an underlying SSID (net) in the same channel I must somehow disable
    the dominating visible SSID. How can I do this ?

    Does someone face such a situation in the past?

    Can I otherwise force my WLAN to connect to a net which is not visible but existing?

    Gunter
     
    Gunter Hansen, Feb 5, 2008
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