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Re: Linux & Wireless networking
Very timely Randy ...
I had just begun drafting a similar email today after I saw that sale they
have at Best Buy this week.
Steve, I know this is not a "commercial" list and you and Kara do a good job
of keeping your consulting separate from your administration of this list,
but I'd like your recommendation on Linux wireless and also some price quotes
as well ... 1 Access Point, 2 Cards for home use.
On Tuesday 22 January 2002 14:28, you wrote:
> Hey all,
> I know some of you must have wireless networks set up with Linux (Kara &
> How compatible are typical wireless network cards with Linux. Specifically,
> do you know if the Linksys WP-11 card is supported in Linux yet? I picked
> one up on sale, but I've since heard it is not a very great card. I may
> end up taking it back. I am also tenatively planning on using the Linksys
> WAP-11 Wireless Network Acess Point.
> Do you have any reccomendations for better cards or acess points? I think
> I am just looking for the wireless equivelent of a hub.
> Secondly, is their any special software I need to configure a wireless card
> in Linux? I think I want to use WEP encryption.
> I use Red Hat 7.2 at home.
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