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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • In July I bought an iBook and a Wap11.

    unboxed the iBook, plugged in an ethernet cable, booted it up, it worked, I was able to surf the web.

    Went into my basement where my firewall was located, unboxed the wap11, plugged in power, plugged in an ethernet cable.

    Walked back upstairs and the iBook had already found the wireless net. And that was it.

    Now, granted, I had a dhcp server in my house that fed the WAP11 an IP, gateway and DNS servers when it was plugged in, but I believe doing all that manually is not incredibly difficult.

    With the WAP11 sitting in my basement directly underneath the steel beam that supports the house, I still get four bars worth of signal in my bedroom two floors up, and three bars sitting at the end of my driveway. :)