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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

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Was just looking around my system, and found the Airport administrator app. Did a scan and it seems I can pick up 2 base stations around here from my own access point. Basically just sniffed them out by scanning. Pretty cool. Now I gotta find a password hacker so I can get on their networks

Getting a good signal too At least the ping is nice.

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haha....I can't find any other networks near me. I've got my network set as private so it doesn't broadcast it's existence so other people can't find it

There is a neat program called Mac Stumbler X that can find other networks too...
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Will have to check that out... Seems like it only works with Airport cards though, from what it says.

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