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Posted by:dragorn
Subject:channel bleeding
Date:04:54:42 17/12/2012

> like i mean... validatechannel=true

There is no such option as validatechannel.

> then the packet says what channel it's meant to be one doesn't it ? then check what channel you're on. and reject it if it's not from the same channel or something?

No, like I said before, it does not.

> it's definitely what happens on this adapter

It happens on all wifi. This is how it works.

> i know they're that far apart but don't they use like a few mhz wide a signal ?

Like I said - 22mhz, 5mhz apart. You'll see at minimum 2 channel overlap, usually more. This is just what wifi does.

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