Oil Changes and Wireless, redux

So, much like [last time](http://www.marius.org/2007/05/02/oil_changes_and_wireless.php), I’m getting the oil changed (this time at [Michael’s Toyota](http://www.michaelstoyota.com/) for the Prius), and they’ve got wireless, which lets me get some work and web-browsing done. (This is probably the 6th time this week I’ve reached the [end of the internet](http://www.shibumi.org/eoti.htm))

Great that they have wireless, it’s open (no WEP), but did require an Aruba Networks login with their guest account and password. The downside is that they only allow outbound http/https, and no [SSH](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ssh). Booo.

Oil Changes and Wireless

I love it when I take my car somewhere to get an oil change, and they have wireless. Kudos to [Nissan of the Eastside](http://nissanoftheeastside.com/Default.aspx) in Bellevue.

And, as bonus points, they at least used WEP encryption. (Yes, I know WEP isn’t perfect, but it’s better than the Nissan dealership I used to go in Texas that just had an open network)