I have an Ubuntu server that connects to the network over wireless. Since it obviously doesn't have Gnome's NetworkManager I have to configure everthing manually.
I've got it sucessfully connecting to the network but when the connection gets interupted instead of roaming to a different WAP it just disconnects. This is obviously bad but I have no idea how to make it roam.
Self-Help thorugh googling has been difficult since no one does this (for good reasons), everything I've found has been for a full desktop, not a server. While I'm totally against installing Gnome, I would prefer not to.
Is there any "command line" equivelent to NetworkManager that roams WAPs when the one its connected to times out?
Note: I'm not interested in "Do not use wireless" answers. I would normally never do this but this is a unique case. Just please answer the given question