On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 08:42:54PM +0000, Andrew Humphries wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-10-27 at 20:31, stan wrote:
> > I'm about to embark on a wireless experiemnt, having never dealt with this
> > technology before.
> > So, I've got a failry basic question. My plan was to put a wireless card in
> > a machine running FreeBSD, and use this machine as a gateway from an
> > existing network to a new subnet that would only exist in the wireless
> > world.
> > Some people are telling me that I can't do that. They are saying I need an
> > "access point" device for all the various devices to communicate to.
> > Am I on the wrong track here?
> You can turn a FreeBSD box into a wireless access point:
> Hope that helps, mate.
It helps _a lot_.
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neither liberty nor safety."
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