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Independent Basic Service Set (sometimes incorrectly called AdHocModeAdjoined, Advocated, Advocate, Discommode, Addicted, Incommode, Adham, Adhered, Adham's, Adjourned, Automate
[1]). Does not require an AccessPointAccess Point, Access-Point, Excepting, Excerpting, Except, Excerpt, Expound, Excellent, Expand, Expend [2] to route packets through
(which is called BSSBSA, BASS, BESS, BOSS, BUSS, BS, BSD, SS, BSDS, B'S, BBS, BIS, BUS, SSS, BPS, BXS, USS, ASS, BA'S, BUS'S, S'S, SB'S, BE'S, BI'S, BO'S, ABS'S, BK'S, BR'S, OS'S, CS'S [3] mode).

If you run in IBSSIBIS, IBIS'S, INS'S, IBO'S, ABS'S, IBM'S mode then you should make sure that RTS/CTS is
configured with a threshold of 200 bytes. Otherwise you risk problems
when you encounter the 'hidden node' problem. RTS/CTS solves this
problem, but most cards don't have it enabled by default. If you do
not enable then you may have severe performance issues when multiple
nodes are connected together over longer distance links.

Also see Layer2Assumptions [4]

[1] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AdHocMode
[2] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AccessPoint
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?BasicServiceSet
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Layer2Assumptions

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