... but for now, I am mainly interested in a script that can tell when someone connects to the wireless AP. I should be able to handle combining the scripts on my own.
So here is my question:
Is there any way for a script to know when a new host associates with the wireless? I would like to combine scripts so that when someone successfully authenticates with my wireless AP, an e-mail is generated.
It seems to me that this script would have to be CRONed to run every x number of minutes, and most likely do some kind of comparison of the log files- as I do not think it is possible to simply run code upon wireless association. Can anyone offer any insight?
You ought to say what hardware and firmware you're using. If you have a micro build they you can pretty much forget about scripting anything. _________________ Read the forum announcements thoroughly! Be cautious if you're inexperienced.
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You ought to say what hardware and firmware you're using. If you have a micro build they you can pretty much forget about scripting anything.
Here's the info:
Linksys WRT54G2 / GS2
DD-WRT v24-sp2 (07/21/09) micro - build 12533
It seems that Micro is all this router will support. I will be purchasing a new router that can accommodate a different version. I'd like to purchase from Best Buy (have a gift card ). What make / model would you advise that is best dollar for dollar?