This is not a bad idea and one I was considering advocating for. Since the air-to-ground is 5.8GHz Ad-Hoc and the ground station is 2.4GHz Master, I'm not aware of any potential for conflict. Even in the same frequency range, Ad-Hoc and Master networks with matching ESSID and BSSID should play nicely together.
So I agree that it would be cleaner to be more explicit with the naming, but maybe we should let it slide for the next couple days since everyone is already configured and ready with the present SSID naming. -- Kenny -+---+++-++-++++--+------+-+-++--++--+-+-++--+++-++----+-++-+++---+----+--+----+ On Thu, 2013-06-27 at 16:01 -0700, Nathan Bergey wrote: > Hey, > > We ended up making the ground systems SSID the same as the > air-to-ground. This seems bad, they are two different systems. > > Because the rocket is already set up and working with the trackmaster, > lets change the ground to 'psas-ground'. I think we only have to > change the wlan0 line in /etc/network/interfaces on the LTC. > > -Nathan > > _______________________________________________ > psas-avionics mailing list > email@example.com > http://lists.psas.pdx.edu/mailman/listinfo/psas-avionics
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