Re: [NTLK] New Wavelan Driver For Airport...

From: Robert Hoehn (
Date: Tue Mar 12 2002 - 02:08:59 EST

    That worked perfectly, thanks. I was on the right track about
installing both drivers. My mistake was forgetting to turn off
encryption on the Airport - doh! It was quite a rush to connect to
google and check my email wirelessly!


On Monday, March 11, 2002, at 10:29 PM, Scott Rogers wrote:

> On Tuesday, March 12, 2002, at 12:10 AM, Robert Hoehn wrote:
>> You got it to work? What did you do? I am having trouble still....
> well, I got it to "work." Not consistently. I was able to connect to
> google's palm search site, macminute, and one other. I was able to get
> online with NCQ. I was able to get it to see my iBook and NCU.
> However...when I tried to import a newtonworks file, my iBook started
> making a LOUD noise, locked up, and I was forced to do a hard reboot.
> Other than the wireless connection, the only changes I'd made were that
> I had unplugged my keyspan usb/serial adapter.
> All I did was this:
> 1) Kept both Wavelan drivers on the 2100
> 2) Renamed my main airport network to "Newton" and switch it to channel
> 11
> 3) In the newton internet setup, create a profile called "wireless" with
> a manual configuration. Entered in all the relevant data (DHCP doesn't
> seem to work)
> 4) Tell the dock to connect via appletalk and to search for another
> computer. It saw my iBook right off, connected, and everything looked
> good. That's when the nasty sound happened.
> I have been unable to repeat this (it even refuses to make connections
> to my home network), but admittedly, earlier this evening I received a
> disk error (in OS 9) on my iBook, and it's been acting a bit flaky
> lately.
> Hope this helps.
> Cheers
> Scott
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