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So, there will be a function for devices ...
15th October 2009, 09:15 AM #1
Wi-Fi Direct (meshing for the masses)
BBC NEWS | Technology | Wi-fi 'to get a whole lot easier'
So, there will be a function for devices to all seamlessly mesh with each other.
The first thing I thought of when I saw this was 'giant security risk', but we'll see.
Meshing will be useful in some areas, especially in school - less AP's needed simply to have a few random laptops, as they'll happily work with each other. However, unless they're dual radio or something similar, how would this work?
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