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Ralink switch STA+AP mode ERROR ( Soft-AP error )
Windows 7 64Bit's ( Ralink Soft AP error )
I have big problem to switch my Ralink RT61 Tubo Wireless Lan card ( chipset RT2561 ) to STA+AP.
i use last version Ralink RT61 / RT256x Driver for Windows 7 64BIT'S ( 08/24/2009 ).
"soft ad-hoc" donīt work for PS3 , Nintendo DS, PSP e etc. etc.
Please i need HELP !!!!!
I try use console command to corretily it's error:
STEP 0: Open a command-prompt with administrator privileges.
Click on Start menu, All Programs, Accessories, right-click on Command Prompt, select "Run as administrator"). Type in:
STEP 1: Configure the "hosted" interface:
netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=Test key=letmein9
This example creates an access-point with an SSID of "Test", with a WPA password of "letmein9".
STEP 2: Configure Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)
Open up the networking control panel. Select the interface that currently has Internet connection (like your Ethernet or normal wifi), enable "Sharing", and then select the special "hosted" interface.
STEP 3: Start it
netsh wlan start hostednetwork
STEP 4: Enjoy
On your other devices (say, iPhone), connect to "Test" and give the WPA password of "letmein9".
Homepage font ( http://erratasec.blogspot.com/2009/11/windows-7-includes-soft-ap.html )
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