Re: Problem with wireless adapters
Date: Fri, 13 Aug 2004 14:13:12 GMT
In article <slrncho5fm.7rd.BobT@Linus.cs.queensu.ca>, Bob Tennent wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Aug 2004 21:48:14 GMT, Dave Brown wrote:
> > I've been experimenting with a couple of wireless adapters. Whereas
> > I've managed to get both to connect, one with ndiswrapper (Linksys
> > WMP54G), the other with drivers download from Realtek (DLink
> > DWL650M). Unfortunately, there is a lot of function missing without
> > the utilities the vendors provide which are Windows-based.
> Look at the Asus WL-330 series:
> Uses an ethernet port and a NIC so you don't need to worry about drivers
> and the site-survey software etc. runs on the device itself. Can also
> be used as an access point.
Actually, I ordered one yesterday. I returned the Linksys card. It was
flaky... would drop out of the net after a while. I doubt a driver
problem, (it behaved similarly in Win2k). It could be an access point
problem; the AP seemed to work okay with DLink PC card, but that was at
Dave Brown Austin, TX
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