Starpoint wrote:Where are you located on the planet? Some countries are not supposed to go over 11 EG.. USA
And some are EG.. EU (Channels 1-13)
Starpoint wrote:NS detected you AP's.... what you think that just because you own them NS is supposed to not detect yours, just others? NS will pick up yours, your neighbors and any others it can detect.
NS detects my network SSID with related APs' MACs BUT ALSO DETECTS other (slightly different as i wrote) network SSID.
Expanding these different SSIDs i see APs with the same MACs of the original network, so i called them "alias".
So they are rogue APs or NS detects them twice.
Starpoint wrote:Kismet, which runs under linux will see even more but is way to advanced for you.
I really don't think so. BTW i'm looking for a fast solution and actually i haven't got any linux box to tamper with.
Starpoint wrote:Sounds like you need to learn more about networking 101.
Yes Master, but i cannot read any answer to my questions...
Starpoint wrote:Turn off your AP's do a scan to see who is around and on what channels.
That's exactly what "Detach an AP to see if his alias would detach also, but this is
not always the case" means, but sorry for my english.
Starpoint wrote:Of course had tha OP posted some info on his hardware we could have eliminated that right out of the box.
You're right, that's a Dell laptop with integrated Intel PRO/Wireless LAN 2100 3A Mini PCI Adapter; i use W70n51.sys driver.
Where can i find the hardware compatibility list?
I noticed that the problem arise only when the wireless card connects to the inquired netword. If i connect to a different WLAN, NS detects only the expected APs.