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    How to Browse and Connect to Wireless Networks From the Command Line

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    gammer121™

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    How to Browse and Connect to Wireless Networks From the Command Line

    Post  gammer121™ on 4th January 2013, 10:42

    We are always on the lookout for geeky ways to impress our friends, and recently we came across a way to connect to our wireless network from the command prompt, so today we’ll show you how to do it as well.
    How to Browse and Connect to Wireless Networks From the Command Line

    Browsing available wireless networks from the command prompt requires only a single command:

    netsh wlan show networks

    Unfortunately in order to connect to a network, you need to have a network profile for it. This means that you need to have connected to it at least once before. To see what profiles you have available on your machine, use the following command:

    netsh wlan show profiles

    Once you have made sure you have a profile for the network you want to connect to, you can easily connect to it using the network profile name:

    netsh wlan connect name=”w1r3l3$$”

    That’s all there is to it....simple eh ? lol

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