Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. I don’t agree that Airport is the way to go. Again you’re advice proves correct! Jan 12, 8: Jan 13, 2: I know little about using PC Card to connect to the internet. A new Airport card will cost twice as much as some third-party cards that are Broadcom-based and therefore will work with Apple’s own drivers and have antennas outside the Powerbook’s metal shell for better range and signal quality than an Airport card.
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Linksys WPC11, Windows95 and Airport Extreme
That will give you the password to use on a PC. If you generate the password on the PC there will be a long hex key to enter on the Linkdys Apr 6, 6: Again you’re advice proves correct!
Linksys can go to that bad hot place – I will never buy anything from them again. I think Airport is the best way to go in this case. Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. According to them, Apple doesn’t exist. Your 12″ PowerBook is on the way, but I wouldn’t count on it clearing up the problems Since you have a link light it sounds like it is connected. Buffalo Sonnet MacWireless All three of these cards are also times faster than an Airport card for sharing files over a local network but not for surfing the internet.
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Apple’s site says it’s: That said, what in linkeys world were you thinking refering mac users to an adapter that isn’t mac compatible at all, from a company that doesn’t even make a mac-compatible adapter??
I think it has something to do with my network settings on the PC, but it’s set to obtain IP dynamically, etc. I suppose that’s because I’ve got bit encryption? I think I read somewhere that WEP passwords are dealt with differently on airport and other pc wireless devices. Ask a question Reset.
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And again I seek knowledge: Links do sometimes go out of date, features change, and sometimes even cards that have the same model number will contain different chips or firmware that affect how the cards operate.
I’m a bit confused wc11 the SSID.
BUT my web browser is unable to connect to any sites. You always have good information.
Originally posted by rb2u Does your Mac use proxy settings also? Chris Meyer1 Chris Meyer1.
The best bet is to either get an original AirPort card, a Broadcom based If you have no proxy settings on the Mac you need to change the PC to connect directly no proxies. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: It does not have any Mac software.
Jan 13, 8: And it may require a dollar sign in linkxys. I don’t agree that Airport is the way to go. They were awful wwpc11 clueless. But as you say, it’s a good idea to read up on whatever you’re thinking of buying before placing your order. Did you buy a Buffalo card? User profile for user: May 14, 3: If anyone has any specific experience with this exact card, I linkssy appreciate any input you might have.