Build a wireless access point on Linux
Monday July 28 2003 @ 12:10PM EDT

When the ability to write and modify your own management software is the main objective, a custom-built wireless access point is the way to go. This article explains what's involved in building a wireless bridge using Linux, including software and hardware considerations. You will see what kinds of concerns and pitfalls you'll face should you want to do this.

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