||"Stan Sidlov" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
||Re: [OS2Wireless] miniPCI wireless card compatibility, older and newer Thinkpads
||Sun, 1 Aug 2010 14:46:14 -0400
||"OS/2 Wireless Users Mailing List" <email@example.com>
Where are those Mikrotik made? What about this? Anyone use it? Linksys WPC600N ? it's not simultaneous dual band, but I can buy it for $30 at eCost refurbed instead of paying $70+.....
On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 2:20 PM, Leon D. Zetekoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On 08/01/2010 02:12 PM, Stan Sidlov wrote:
running only "N" services at the house now, bonded (fixed) on the
2.4Ghz to annoy the neighbors - for two laptops, and 5Ghz service
bonded (auto) for my daughter's x200T. I wish I could find 5Ghz
PCMCIA cards so I could drop the 2.4 service altogether.
There are plenty out there. Mikrotik has the R52A and R52AH 5 + 2.4
normal and hi power those are the mPCI cards. I have a dlink AGB
PCMCIA card I've had few years. The Mikrotik cards I believe are
Atheros chipsets. We've used them and other mPCI for backhauls and
Her's does "A" service too, I can't remember why I didn't
enable "A" along with/instead of "N", throughput?
On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 1:25 PM, Lewis
G Rosenthal <email@example.com>
On 08/01/10 11:32 am, Stan Sidlov thus wrote :
The Intel Windows driver *supposedly* supports all WPA
& WPA2 variants on both radios. XWLAN and the WPA
supplicant *should* support WPA2 with AES on the 5GHz
radio, but I have not tested this (I don't have access to
an 802.11a AP which does WPA, interestingly enough).
Is there any 5Ghz wpa2 -aes support?
Excellent question, though, and I'd be interested to hear
from anyone else with WPA experience on 5GHz.