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There are some access points with the same name of SSID in my office. All of them are setup on RADIUS server, with Authentication Method: WPA2-Enterprise. How to see to which Access Point I'm connected?

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What operating system are you using? – resmon6 Feb 7 '12 at 14:37
Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 7 Home and Windows 7 Professional – user64284 Feb 16 '12 at 7:28
What identifying information are you after, if not the SSID? How are you planning on distinguishing one from the other? For instance, if you have 4 APs, all with the same SSID and all the same model, what specific information do you need to know which is which? – MaQleod Apr 2 '14 at 21:44

Metageek's InSSIDder tells you a list of available APs and the one you are connected to. Today is a trial (inSSIDer office), but older versions were completely free.

I use 2.1.6 version. Try some others at MetaGeek Software Archives

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