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I'm a web developer working primarily in the e-commerce field using an open source LAMP stack.


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Oct
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comment How do I use an include statement in a TXT record?
Thanks for the tidbit, but my question refers to the use of 'includes' to increase the size of a TXT record. I'm not using bind so bind specific information isn't particularly helpful.
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Oct
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comment How do I use an include statement in a TXT record?
You're correct, I don't really do much DNS so this is all new to me.
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accepted Determine the wireless network name from command-line in Linux
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comment Determine the wireless network name from command-line in Linux
When running the command to connect to my works wireless this is returned... 08:56:26.981161 eth1 Set ESSID:"" [121] 08:56:27.977062 eth1 New Access Point/Cell address:00:1E:00:00:19:0E 08:56:28.032219 eth1 Registered node:00:1E:52:79:19:0E 08:56:28.032277 eth1 Custom driver event: I'm probably just going to use the ip that I connect to. To much of a hassle troubleshooting why the essid isn't appearing.
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Apr
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comment Determine the wireless network name from command-line in Linux
I ran iwevent, then turned my wireless off and back on. Posted the contents above. The essid still showd blank for whatever reason.
Apr
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Apr
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comment Determine the wireless network name from command-line in Linux
Posted additional info in the original question. Also the polling would stop once the connection was made, or it would time out after a few minutes. I didn't plane on it being a continuous service.
Apr
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comment Determine the wireless network name from command-line in Linux
This seems like the best solution at the moment, thanks.
Apr
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comment Determine the wireless network name from command-line in Linux
iwconfig doesn't return any access point information. I posted the command output above with the ifconfig.
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