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No, just having different SSIDs as per your diagram would put Computer B on the same network as your other machines. It would be able to communicate with everything else on your network. The SSID is just used as an identifier for the wireless connection your adapter will connect to. Beyond this, it will communicate with the same network. In order to solve ...
It depends on network cards. I do not own an RTL8188, so i cannot tell you off-hand, but I can show you how to find out. You must issue the command iw list and, among its abundant output, you will find something like: Supported interface modes: * IBSS * managed * AP * AP/VLAN * monitor ...
Different 802.11 flavors shouldn't be a problem, but don't expect your clients to be smart about it. For example, if you have an AC-capable client in a place where the G AP's signal is highest, the AC client may join that and be stuck doing G rates even when it could have gotten better speeds from a slightly more distant AC AP. Also, if you have any older ...
Both computers join different SSIDs, but their network is the same (192.168.0.0 nm 255.255.255.0), so based on this picture they will see eachother.
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