Linux scripts make wireless management a snap

Friday, 22 July 2005, 3:02 PM EST

Setting up a wireless Internet Service provider (WISP) for your office or neighborhood doesn't have to be a taxing or expensive ordeal. If you build your network from easy-to-buy equipment and use Linux, you can use the power of shell scripts to make network management easy. This article gives you the tips and scripts you need.

By Alan Baker at IBM.

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