On Mon, May 18, 2009 at 1:33 PM, Kevin Philp <lists at cybercolloids.net> wrote:
> I am looking into setting up a wireless access point for our network. I am
> looking for some advice on options:
I assume that when you say "our network" you mean your work, not home.
> 1. Should I use my standard Eircom router in bridging mode or am I better
> off using a wireless card in master mode?
Well, that really depends, I guess that IPv6 is not on your TODO list
in which case, using a standard router will just do. Depends on the
level of control you want, you can still disable your router's DHCP
and provide a more controlled one.
> 2. If I use a wireless card, which ones work well under Linux in master mode
> with WPA encryption?
If I were to go for one, i'd start here :
I have mostly used linkys wrt54gl with *wrt on it, just works.
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