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Need info on wireless access points

Bill Horne wrote:
> Mark Woodward wrote:
>> Sorry, but the WAP54G (AFAIK) won't connect to anything other than 
>> another Linksys router/WAP.
>> I went through a few fits a couple years ago trying to do exactly 
>> what you are doing with my "Linux PC Robot" because my EPIA mother 
>> board only had a wired ethernet card.
>> If he has a Linuxsys router, you need to configure the WAP to be a 
>> wireless bridge.
> Good to know.
>> I would strongly suggest getting a new ethernet card with an antenna 
>> jack.
> I wish it were that simple: she's running Debian, and I don't want to 
> invest the time to get a PCI wireless card going when I don't know if 
> it will work. I already have the antenna and cable that will work with 
> a Linksys box, so I'm getting one of those in order to avoid spending 
> money when I may not need to.
I've had better experience getting PCI wireless working than laptop 
broadcom nonsense. An el-cheapo wireless card usually works.

> Thanks for your input.
> Bill Horne

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