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Re: Linux & Wireless networking
Ok, a dumb question: Are these compatibile with each other, or must one
stick to the same brand the whole trip?
Steven Pritchard wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 22, 2002 at 02:53:07PM -0600, James L. Burke wrote:
> > I'd like your recommendation on Linux wireless and also some price quotes
> > as well ... 1 Access Point, 2 Cards for home use.
> If you insist. :-)
> Probably the best card for Linux users is either the Orinoco (Agere)
> Gold card. It looks like I can sell them for $93 (plus tax). For
> reference, the best price listed on PriceWatch is $87 + $4.99
> Here are some alternatives for access points:
> D-Link DWL-900AP $156
> NetGear ME102 $160
> Belkin F5D6130 $165
> Linksys WAP11 $166
> SMC 2655W $174
> D-Link DWL-1000AP $186
> (Add sales tax to all of those, of course.)
> I happen to have the DWL-1000AP, but only because it was the cheapest
> access point at the time.
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