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  • DaKahuna
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    Originally posted by theprez98 View Post
    If you aggregate the wireless connections, must you also aggregate the values for mean time to goatse?
    Is that with or without Streaker present? Obviously whether or not he is in the vicinity makes a significant impact on the mean time to goatse.

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  • theprez98
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    Originally posted by DaKahuna View Post
    My thoughts exactly. Living in the area where I do, it would be very interesting to play around with this. Can you imagine running WireShark or Driftnet on this bad boy!
    If you aggregate the wireless connections, must you also aggregate the values for mean time to goatse?

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  • DaKahuna
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    Re: Slurpr - Open wireless aggregator

    Originally posted by renderman View Post
    One does have to admit, that aside from the legal and moral issues, it's an interesting project.
    My thoughts exactly. Living in the area where I do, it would be very interesting to play around with this. Can you imagine running WireShark or Driftnet on this bad boy!

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  • renderman
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    One does have to admit, that aside from the legal and moral issues, it's an interesting project.

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  • Shinobi
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    Originally posted by theprez98 View Post
    I have yet to see anyone post a legitimate use for this product.
    Originally posted by Thorn View Post
    The claims of how well it might work seem to be <cough bullshit! cough> exaggerated. The WiFi channel space is rather crowded, and I suspect that it might do more to generate RFI than it would to aggregate bandwidth.

    It might make a dandy little jammer though.

    It would seem to me that it might also be a problem with routing, although I'll admit that I might be wrong there.
    No I think your right and I agree with you. If I remember you can get upto 3 channels that don't overlap - That's going by the channels allowed in the UK. The price is a little high too. I'd rather use a number of of wifi cards in an attempt to pinpoint a wifi source instead.

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  • Thorn
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    The claims of how well it might work seem to be <cough bullshit! cough> exaggerated. The WiFi channel space is rather crowded, and I suspect that it might do more to generate RFI than it would to aggregate bandwidth.

    It might make a dandy little jammer though.

    It would seem to me that it might also be a problem with routing, although I'll admit that I might be wrong there.

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  • Shinobi
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    Re: Slurpr - Open wireless aggregator

    Originally posted by theprez98 View Post
    I have yet to see anyone post a legitimate use for this product.
    There is'nt one.

    Unless you have a disperse wifi network you own and use.

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  • theprez98
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    I have yet to see anyone post a legitimate use for this product.

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  • bascule
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    Slurpr - Open wireless aggregator

    This thing automatically aggregates as many open wireless networks as it can find and makes them accessible via a wired connection:

    http://www.engadget.com/2007/05/29/t...band-and-jail/

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