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11<version>1.3</version> 11<version>1.3</version>
12<date>2005-12-22</date> 12<date>2005-12-22</date>
437<section> 437<section>
438<title>Defining network configuration per ESSID</title> 438<title>Defining network configuration per ESSID</title>
439<body> 439<body>
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441<p> 441<p>
442Someones when you connect to <e>ESSID1</e> you need a static IP and when you 442Sometimes, you need a static IP when you connect to <e>ESSID1</e> and you need
443connect to <e>ESSID2</e> you need DHCP. Infact most module variables we can 443DHCP when you connect to <e>ESSID2</e>. In fact, most module variables can be
444change per ESSID. Here's how we do this. 444defined per ESSID. Here's how we do this.
445</p> 445</p>
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447<note> 447<note>
448These work if you're using WPA Supplicant or Wireless Tools. 448These work if you're using WPA Supplicant or Wireless Tools.
449</note> 449</note>

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