[maemo-users] Someone has tried Devicescape?

From: Acadia Secure Networks acadiasecurenets at aol.com
Date: Wed Oct 10 22:14:16 EEST 2007

it looks like this is an alternative to the IPass service which itself 
started out in the days of dial-up service aggregation and which 
allowed, for example,  international travelers (aka road warriors) to 
connect to different dial-up IP networks that were part of the IPass 
"federation". Ipass has itself evolved to now incorporate WIFI hotspot 
aggregation as well.

Here is the url to the Ipass www site:


Ipass also requires a client to be installed on the mobile device. Ipass 
has clients for Windows XP/Vista and for Windows Mobile but not for 
Linux devices.

Ipass is widely used by corporate users that have the increasingly 
common requirement for mobile access to their enterprise network. One 
nice feature of Ipass is that the user has only one credential (e.g. 
ID/PW) that can be used on any network that is part of the Ipass 

Best Regards,


John Holmblad


Acadia Secure Networks, LLC

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David Rudder wrote:
> I'm not sure of the purpose of this.  Doesn't the N800 already store 
> your favorite wifi hotspots?
> I use MAC address filtering instead of WEP keys, so it's possible that 
> DeviceScape does a better job of storing keys?
> Jose Manrique Lopez de la Fuente wrote:
>> Hello,
>> have anybody tried this app?:
>> http://www.devicescape.com/pub/download.do
>> Thanks and best regards,
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