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  1. #1
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    Get the connected access point's BSSID

    Hi,

    In case there are two (or more) WLAN networks around with the same SSID (name), and I'm connected to one of them, is there a way to know the BSSID (MAC address) of the one I'm actually connected to?

    To clarify: I'm not looking for the phone's MAC address, nor for the BSSIDs that can be retrieved from the WLAN Scan results. I want to know the BSSID of the router that the phone is actually connected to.

    Thanks,
    Nadav

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    Re: Get the connected access point's BSSID

    Re-check the WLAN Management API (I guess that is the one you are referring). Simply search for the character sequence BSSID in the .h files.

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    Re: Get the connected access point's BSSID

    You are absolutely right. Don't know how I've missed it. Thanks a lot.

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