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Default NetBSD 5.0 wifi/wireless network browser/scanner

I have nicely working connection using wpi(4) driver on Intel 3945abg wifi card setup with wpa_supplicant and so, but to add a new network I first have to know BOTH SSID and PRE-SHARED KEY to connect.

Is there some tool/way to get a list of available wifi/wireless networks around on NetBSD 5.0?

Maybe from pkgsrc?
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