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 Oct 18, 2005 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* Multiple Networks at once - it's possible

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PC Games/Hardware/Microsoft
MS Research have let out version 1.0 of a nifty tool to allow users to hook into multiple wi-fi networks at once using a single wi-fi card.

VirtualWiFi works over the latest drivers of these wireless cards:
# Lucent Orinoco Silver WiFi Card
# Lucent WaveLAN IEEE 802.11b Silver
# Lucent Orinoco Gold WiFi Card
# Buffalo AirStation WLI-CB-B11
# Compaq Wireless LAN W200
# Netgear MA 521 Wireless PC Card
# Cisco 340 Series 802.11b card
# Netgear 802.11a/b Wireless Adapter WAG511
# Netgear 802.11a/b Wireless Adapter WAB501


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