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is there a way to connect to a wireless internet signal through the unix terminal?

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  1. cpulocksmith

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    i was thinking. i know i can connect to my router with the little default wireless findy thing(wireless network connection menu) but i would like to know if there is anyway i can connect to my router via the unix terminal. i would like to do this to see if i can use a password list to gain access.
     
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    Re: is there a way to connect to a wireless internet signal through the unix terminal

    some routers can be access using telnet, please check your router's manual.
     

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