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Many Mac OS X users lament the lack of sophisticated network analysis tools, often prevalent and seemingly prolific on Linux systems. What many don’t know is that Mac OS X comes with a built-in command-line tool to do all sorts of nifty things with Wi-Fi networks, from packet capture (traffic sniffing) to scanning nearby networks’ …
If you’ve ever wanted to set up your own wireless network (perhaps you want to run a community hotspot), then Wireless Networking in the Developing World is the book for you! Don’t be fooled by the name. It’s all about low-cost wireless telecommunications infrastructure. And it’s free.
What makes a brand name so appealing to so many people even though they are so much more expensive? An encounter with a salesperson when purchasing a wireless networking card for a laptop provides an opportunity to question him about it.
My apartment’s Wi-Fi network troubles are traced to interference caused by 3 competing wireless networks in my new building. I used NetStumbler to help diagnose and fix the problem.