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How Can Many Wirless Access Pints Be Seen As One?

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#1 Wassim


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Posted 09 January 2008 - 05:03 PM


in the resort where i work there are many acces points distributed all around, the thing is that wherever you are u always see in ur network connections the same access point name, even if u are within the range of two access points u only see one as if the whole resort is covered by 1 access points.

so how do we do that?make many AP be detectable as one?

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Posted 09 January 2008 - 07:52 PM

I believe you can make a router(usually of the same brand) to just work as a signal intensifier. I know my belkin router can do it if I want to extend the range. I think its just a way of setting up them to act like that...

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