I need a way to access 802.11 parameters like received signal strength (RSSI), basic service set (BSSID), basic service set scan list, ... of wireless card from a Java class.
I have a Dell Latitude D400 with Windows XP SP1 and two wireless card (integrated Intel Pro2100 and PCMCIA Cisco Aironet.
I've already tried libraries like JWRAPI (it's the porting a WRAPI, a C library that read/write 802.11 parameters through a NDIS-compliant driver) but it doesn't work because it can't open NDIS device (don't know why...)
I have the same problem as you. I have seen a solution is running the command "net start ndisuio" at command mode. I don't know wheather it work to you(Unfortunately it doedn't work to me),but good luck to you.Have you solve this problem? Could you let me know how to solve the problem?
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Thank you for your reply.
Unfortunately, I've already tried "net start ndisuio" without success.
I haven't solved the problem yet, but using PlaceLab (www.placelab.org) gives me better results (except for RSSI reading). Maybe it could work for you.
Can you send me the binaries for JWRAPI for Pocket PC 2003
I have already tried WRAP and got output with a few building assertion errors.
Also send me sample code for getting the details of all the Nearest connected access points