Question about Belkin (F5D6230-3) Wireless Router
Posted by Anonymous on
The SSID is the wireless network name. It is much like the workgroup name in Windows networking. If the SSID of the AP or the wireless router is WLAN (default) each client will search for an access point and associate with it. The default configuration for the F5D6020 PCMCIA card is to connect to an SSID named "ANY". This means the Access Point does not look for a specific SSID. If that is changed to a specific name other than ANY or WLAN, then the card will not connect to WLAN because it is being "told" to connect to a specific Access Point with a specific name.
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