How can I connect to more than one Wifi access point simultaneously using a single wireless adapter?
I'm currently using pfSense as my home router and I want it to connect to multiple APs wirelessly. Do you know if it's possible?
Alternatively, how can we do that under Ubuntu? Please shed me some light :)
- pfSense, as well as many router distros, supports using a single wireless adapter as multiple APs, but it's not clear (to me) whether they can act as multiple clients
- The "Virtual Wifi Adapter" in Windows 7 can apparently do just that
- For wired network, one can easily create interface alias (e.g. eth0:1) and obtain multiple IPs with ifconfig. Is this of any help?