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How can I determine which access point a mobile client is using

battula mahesh
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Joined: Oct 30, 2007
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Hello,

My problem is:
How can I determine which access point a mobile client is using from a server-side application?

My setup is:
Several access points
One web server
Several mobile clients
(All on the same subnet)

When a mobile client connects to a specific page on my web server, I want to find out which access point the mobile client is using to connect. The aim is to deliver location-based content to the mobile client depending on which access point the client is using.



Has anyone had this problem before and can give me a hint on how to solve this problem the most elegant way?
 
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