How do I View available wireless networks in Windows 2000?

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Nov 13th, 2008

Hi,

I am still running windows 2000 on an IBMT20 Laptop. Dont laugh, it works well.

I have an Aironet 340 pc card installed and it has no trouble connecting to the nearest wireless lan automatically.

But in XP, there is a facility to view wireless networks and gives their status.

How can I do this in Windows 2000? Is there a utility that I can download and install to W2K?

Thanks

Lawrence Slater

Correct Answer by scottmac about 8 years 3 months ago

Netstumbler. It's free. www.netstumbler.com

Good Luck

Scott

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SJessulat_2 Fri, 11/14/2008 - 02:21

Hi,

i would suggest you to use the Aironet Client Utility to configure the wireless adapter. This tool also shows the available networks.

You can download it from the cisco.com software download section.

Sebastian

slpjslpjslpjslpj Fri, 11/14/2008 - 18:06

Hi Thanks for the reply.

i have the util you refer to , but it doesn't show the available networks. unless i am not looking in the right place.

can you advise on this?

Thanks

Lawrence

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