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"
driver state....

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.

george

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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