There is a wireless-tools package shipped with RedHat. It contains
configuration utilities for wireless ethernet. These three are supported :
AT&T GIS / NCR WaveLAN version 2.0
Xircom CreditCard Netwave
and you can buy a: Lucent Wireless ethernet $200
802.11 DS wireless ethernet for the BlackPerl Z, Kiwi, Orca, or SilverComet
64-bit encripted transmissions (WEP)
11 Mbps speed
up to 500 foot transmission
N cards can talk without a base station.
link LEDs indicate connection state, here:
http://www.emperorlinux.com/acc_network.html this site may help too
From: Will [mailto:wmernagh at ee-mail.cit.ie]
Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2000 10:14 AM
To: John McDonnell
Cc: Irish Linux Users' Group
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Wireless ethernet
I have done nothing myself but there are projects started in my class using
Bluetooth for that purose. I can let you know how they get on if you remind
around feb/mar 01.
John McDonnell wrote:
> Morning folks,
> anyone here done anything with wireless ethernet?
> I'm looking for something that will work with Linux (obviously enough) and
> is readily available.
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