Timestamp on autoconnection
- From: Franco Miceli <fmiceli plan ceibal edu uy>
- To: networkmanager-list gnome org
- Subject: Timestamp on autoconnection
- Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 10:21:26 -0300
I've been running some tests on the autoconnection feature of NM.
I was wondering when did the timestamp for each connection gets updated. I've been monitoring the connections.cfg file while being connected to different AP but the timestamp field never gets changed.
Is this what it is supposed to do, or i'm missing on something.
Thanks for your answers.
2010/6/5 Dan Williams <dcbw redhat com>
We've thought about strength for a while, but in the end it doesn't work
On Thu, 2010-05-27 at 05:56 +0200, Frederik Nnaji wrote:
> On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 18:45, Franco Miceli
> <fmiceli plan ceibal edu uy
> Therefore we want to to make some changes to the NM code in
> order to take into consideration other factors such as: SNR,
> loss %, etc.
> will you considered working on a UI for manually selecting and
> configuring a symbolic visual representation of known APs currently
> within range/sight?
> This would also help with GeoLocation, since it could use "strength"
> to approximate My position by the nearness of a known AP currently
> within sight.
very well. There are simply too many things that can affect AP signal
strength to use it as a reliable measure of where you are. It's better
to use *more than one* AP and triangulate to get better accuracy than
just 100m radius of one AP's known location. Using only one AP, if
somebody turns on a microwave or uses a 2.4GHz DECT phone, suddenly it
looks like you're 30 meters farther away from the AP than you were 10
Ing. Franco Miceli
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