Larry Finger <Larry.Finger@lwfinger.net> hath wroth:
>Is there a Windows equivalent if the 'iwlist' utility on Linux. In particular, I want to see the
>results of the 'iwlist scan' command.
Well, if your unspecified operating system happens to be XP SP2, and
you're unspecified wireless contrivance happens to use NDIS 5.1
drivers, this should apply:
start -> run -> cmd <enter>
netsh show all
netsh show networks
I'm on a W2K machine without wireless so I can't post typical output.
Also, note that you can run netsh interactively from the command line.
Just run "netsh" and you'll get an "netsh>" prompt. Then type in the
appropriate command such as:
netsh> show networks mode=ssid
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