Request: Show regular 802.11B/G networks in range in a diagnostic tool #8

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ryanturner opened this Issue Sep 16, 2013 · 2 comments

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In order to assist assessing the range/quality of a node, being able to scan for regular 802.11b/g networks in range would be very beneficial.

@urlgrey urlgrey added a commit that closed this issue Sep 18, 2013
@urlgrey fixes #8 4607632
@urlgrey urlgrey closed this in 4607632 Sep 18, 2013
@ryanturner

Hey, thanks urlgrey! Would love to have you drop by #hsmm-mesh on Freenode IRC some time, I was actually working on this a bit last night and was planning to do a pull request tomorrow. Looks like you beat me to it!

@urlgrey urlgrey added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 18, 2013
@urlgrey fixes #8 4085e8f
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skidder commented Sep 18, 2013

Hi Ryan,

Thanks for creating this issue, it's a great feature to have and wasn't very difficult to add. I'll drop by the IRC channel in a bit! Here's a screenshot of the WiFi scan output:

wifi scan

@urlgrey urlgrey added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 20, 2013
@urlgrey fixes #8. Had to modify the sudoers file via the install.sh script to…
… allow the www-data user to run iwlist to list the wireless networks.
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