From: Carles Xavier Munyoz Baldó (carles_at_descom.es)
Date: 2002-07-03 11:45:23 UTC
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On Wednesday 03 July 2002 12:09, you wrote:
> > Are you sure that Aironet 350 is not based on the prims2 chipset ?
> 100% sure. Cisco develops its own hardware/software for a long time. Their
> card is excellent, but no Host AP support.
Ok, many thanks for the information :-)
I'm looking at the D-Link wireless solutions, but they say that they are only
supported in Windows.
May I use this cards in Linux ? (not only for the Access Point Linux box) I would like to use it in the managed Linux PC clients too. Is it possible ?
If the answer is yes, which is the driver I should use ? I have seen the "Hermes chipset 802.11b support (Orinoco/Prims2/Symbol)" and "Hermes PCMCIA card support" in the menu config for the kernel compilation. Must I use this drivers for the D-Link wireless PCI and PCMCIA cards ?
Carles Xavier Munyoz Baldó
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