; wwwoffle integration LoadModule "$PersonalDir$modules\connected.dll" WWWOFFLE_HOST "luna.lan" WWWOFFLE_ONLINE "http://$WWWOFFLE_HOST$/cgi-bin/wwwoffle-online" WWWOFFLE_OFFLINE "http://$WWWOFFLE_HOST$/cgi-bin/wwwoffle-offline" WGET "g:\cygwin\bin\wget.exe -O nul" ; Command to execute if you're connect on startup/recycle ConnectedIfConnected $WGET$ $WWWOFFLE_ONLINE$ ; Command to execute if you're not connect on startup/recycle ConnectedIfDisconnected $WGET$ $WWWOFFLE_OFFLINE$ ; Command to execute when you connect ConnectedOnConnect $WGET$ $WWWOFFLE_ONLINE$ ; Command to execute when you disconnect ConnectedOnDisconnect $WGET$ $WWWOFFLE_OFFLINE$ ; Wait between checks ConnectedInterval 3s
#!/bin/sh echo Content-type: text/plain echo wwwoffle -online
#!/bin/sh echo Content-type: text/plain echo wwwoffle -offline
Update: I tried. There is no line of sight right now with any nodes available at my local WiFi community. But, I'm not giving up. We'll try to drill forest around me using high gain antennas.
Right now, I have experience with Mikrotik PCMCIA card (great card), Cisco Aironet 352 (I like prism2-based cards better) and PCMCIA and PCI cards from Belkin (which are also prism2 based, but with smaller output power than Mikrotik).
There is (somewhat unrelated-related) article about software RAID 1 for machine which is WiFi Access point.