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- Upgrading to WPA
May 2, 2005, 5:45 pm
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PC's (three laptops running debian-based linux, and two desktops
runing WinXP). It's past time for me to migrate to WPA. Here's the
equipment I currently own:
Adaptec Ultra WAP -- probably need to replace?
Two Netgear MA401 PCMCIA cards
One Prism II-based SMC PCMCIA card
Two Linksys WMP-11 PCI wireless adapters
I found the following link which tells how to update the firmware on
the PCMCIA cards (used on my linux systems).
I am hopeful that I will be able to upgrade the Linksys PCI cards
(which I use under WinXP) based on
I'd appreciate some feedback / advice from anyone who has tried this.
Is there a way to upgrade my Adaptec WAP? If not, what would be a good
low-cost replacement that supports basic shared-key WAP?
Re: Upgrading to WPA
Maybe I am showing my ignorance, but can you use WPA on 802.11b cards? I was
under impression that you need 802.11g cards for that.
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