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Old 02-18-2004, 12:56 PM   #1
amargosa
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Presently I have set up a suse9.0 box that has 2 wireless cards installed. It is configured so that wlan0 is in the managed mode and sees available access points, and bridges to wlan1 which is in the ad-hoc mode. I am able to surf with my laptop which is connected ad-hoc to wlan1.

What I would like to do is configure the box so that wlan0 is in the ad-hoc mode, and wlan1 would be an actual access point.

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance!!!
 
  


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