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Zadeva: Re: [OS2Wireless] miniPCI wireless card compatibility, older and newer Thinkpads
Datum: Sun, 01 Aug 2010 17:25:47 -0400
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On 08/01/2010 02:46 PM, Stan Sidlov wrote:
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+....
you can get them anywhere you can online. THe Mikrotiks are manufactured in Latvia but has US Distrib and resellers. These are not consumer type stuff and you won't find them there. They're available on eBay as well. There's als the Ubiquiti line of mPCI radio cards as well along with self contained devices as well.


On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 2:20 PM, Leon D. Zetekoff <os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com> wrote:
On 08/01/2010 02:12 PM, Stan Sidlov wrote:
I'm 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 APs/CPEs.


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 <os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com> wrote:
Hey, Stan!

On 08/01/10 11:32 am, Stan Sidlov thus wrote :

Is there any 5Ghz wpa2 -aes support?
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).

Excellent question, though, and I'd be interested to hear from anyone else with WPA experience on 5GHz.

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