multiple point-to-point wireless connections
Not sure if this is possible, but I am looking at a WirelssAP-less and/or Wireless-router-less environment, where-in my Linux host uses a single WLAN-interface to have multiple point-to-point connections setup with couple of other WLAN devices (e.g. my media-player-device, my 2 phones etc.), yet provide WEP/WPA security. Note that the other devices do not need to have their traffic routed to the internet. All of those devices only need to talk to my Linux host, where an application is communication with the devices via TCP/IP.
If possible, would appreciate some pointers on how this is to be done. Does this have anything to do with the "infrastructure-mode" of wireless end-point setup ? Is that possible with a stock WLAN card (or WLAN module in a Notebook PC) ? Or, with external USB WLAN dongles etc. ?