On Tue, May 29, 2001 at 12:25:19PM +0100, Martin Pegman came forth with:
> Does anyone have any experience setting up wireless
> LAN's on linux boxes.?
> Primeraly I'm looking for recommendations for PCMCIA and PCI
> cards to work with standard 802.11b access points.
>Cisco Aironet 341 cards work fine with an Apple Airport for me.
(don't even need a mac, someone's written a Java config application).
do a web search for linux wireless ethernet, and look
it all worked first time with a base station.. ad-hoc mode seems
to be really hard to set up.
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