Paul Jakma wrote:
> uhmm.. anybody want to start up an ILUG-dub wireless MAN? :). Maybe with
> shorter-range but cheaper equipment we could daisychain the link all the way
> to, eg, (cough...) Leixlip.
>> Sort of related: what's available at a more home-use friendly price? I
> wouldn't mind a little wireless LAN between me and a couple of neighbours to
> play quake and maybe share net access (and costs) over dial-up modem. I've
> seen the linux-wireless lan site, but can't find any of the products for
> sale in the UK or Ireland.
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I came accross a product called Aviator at one stage. Has a range of only 100M
but I heard rumours of a 1000M version coming out. The 100M costs £250 to
connect two machines and £50 per machine after that. I think I saw that it works
under linux as well.
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