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Welcome to the development home of Wireless LAN Monitor (XWLAN/WLAN)

XWLAN/WLAN enables you to switch your OS/2 - eComStation system between wired and wireless network. The Wireless LAN Monitor is available both as a XCenter Widget as well as a standalone program.

The project home page is

From here you can report bugs and view your tickets.

This page needs some polishing. So if you want to contribute feel free to contact the project maintainers.



Feedback and Support

If you find bugs, please create a New Ticket.

You must be logged into TRAC to create tickets. Please login with your Netlabs login id. If you do not have a login id, you can request one at If you have troubles acquiring a Netlabs login id send an e-mail to Netlabs Community Mailing List.

The support mailing list is at wlan/xwlan Users Mailing List. To subscribe to the user support mailing list, send mail to Subscribe to xwlan Users Mailing List. The subject and body can be empty. You will receive a response which you must reply to to complete the process.

Use the support mailing list for both user and developer discussions. If the developer traffic gets too high, we will create a separate developer's mailing list.

This list is an EzMLM mailing lists. If you need help subscribing, see Netlabs Mailing Lists.

Like all Netlabs Mailing Lists, these lists are mirrored to Gmane. The support list is mirrored at xwlan/wlan user.


Christian Langanke has developed xwlan/wlan from the beginning as Netlabs open source project. Xwlan is the standard tool for almost all eCS notebook users for switching between wireless and wired network profiles. Since years xwlan works very well. But now it needs some minor updates and bug fixes. For this we transferred the cvs source code into svn and set up this ticket system.

Beside developing the source code Christian made a marvelous good job in documentation and making presentations at various Warpstock events. Follow the links at

In January 2013 Andreas Buchinger began to contribute. First step was pushing Adrian to set up the svn and creating this page.

Building xwlan

  • check out complete source tree from svn (trunk)
  • follow the included documentation


Feel free to contribute ;-)


  • Christian Langanke
  • Adrian Gschwend (running
  • Steven Levine
  • Andreas Buchinger

If we forgot anyone, please let us know. It was unintentional.

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