How 2 find an SSID after you've connected to hidden SSID that shares the same hardware (MAC address)?
George S. Lockwood
gslockwood at gmail.com
Sun Oct 15 13:41:34 EDT 2006
Yes...I've tried that and even have code to perform it (not implemented yet).
I am hoping for a less severe technique ---not knowing if there is one.
Somewhere in the supplicant the driver is loaded ("ndis" for me in
windows), I wonder if there is an unload method to use.
OR I wonder if loading another (non-ndis) and then immediately
reloading "ndis" would accomplish a "reload" and result in a "fresh"
any thoughts? If you can identify an "unload" function or set of steps
to perform, I'll try them, look at the results, and let you know.
On 10/14/06, Jouni Malinen <jkmaline at cc.hut.fi> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 14, 2006 at 07:47:06PM -0700, George S. Lockwood wrote:
> > Sounds like it might be useful to try unloading and reloading the
> > driver -if just as an experiement- but how is that performed?
> You can do that on WinXP, e.g., by disabling and enabling the adapter in
> the Network Connections window.
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