David Z Maze wrote:
My laptop has both on-board wired Ethernet and 802.11a/b wireless. Both of these work fine; I'm using them with ifplugd and it behaves mostly as I expect. But the thing is, I recently took the CVS version of the madwifi Atheros 802.11 driver, and so now ifplugd actually tries to start the wireless... (2) If the wireless finds essid "A", run 'ifup ath0=net-foo' instead of just 'ifup ath0'. If it finds essid "B", use it, but don't do anything special bringing up the network. In any case, don't switch ssids once the network is up.
You can use "waproamd". It can set different configuration for each essid. Yannick
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