On Wed, Mar 08, 2000 at 02:06:48PM +0000, Jonathan Barry mentioned:
> FYI there was also a meeting to try and make this is standard offereing
> for connectivity at NANOG,IETF,RIPE,Apricot conferences. does anyone
> know a local Source of wavelan cards, or has anyone on the list played
> with them under Linux.
Ask me in a few weeks ;)
Apparently the boss is getting a base station & a few PCMCIA cards, so
people can move around the office, or walk into the conference room,
without worrying about network cables etc.
Think the price of a base unit is about £2000, and it's about £300 for
each 2mbit PCMCIA card after that. Not 100% sure though.
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