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Get currently connected AP of Wifi-Connection?

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How can I read the SSID of the currently connected WiFi-AP?

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You can either use WMI or SNMP. Both protocols will provide you with the bandwidth and IP information. For more information on WMI:

1-www.microsoft.com/whdc/system/pnppwr/wmi/default.mspx
2-msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/aa815057.aspx

For information on SNMP:

1-www.dpstele.com/offer/snmp_implementation_guide.php
2-www.loriotpro.com/ServiceAndSupport/How_to/SNMPWIndows.php
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