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Automatic speed test on all the available WiFi networds to select the faster?

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Does exist a program similar to NetStumbler that tests the effective Internet speed of all the available WiFi networks and at the end connects to the faster?
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No, Netstumbler, as far as i know is basically used to verify wlan, find deadspots, interferance or rogue access...

I don't know of any programs that tests the speed of every available wlan and connects to the fastest. What normally happpens is you connect to the most stable connection with the best  signal strength..
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