So you are saying no matter what card I use I would
need access to the server for configurations???
If not what is the best card for the Apple "side" of
campus ie., Airport and such??
> --- Chris Myers <myersca_at_umich.edu> wrote:
> > It is not the card. The card is like a car, as
> > as there is a road
> > it will work. So if you have a network that is
> > 802.11 and you have the
> > corresponding card, you can use any company's card
> > and access point, be
> > it IBM, Apple, Onrico. They are all the same.
> > if you want to use a
> > different wireless standard, like Proxim's there
> > no card that can
> > switch between the different wireless types. The
> > only problem that you
> > will have is getting all the settings. Unless you
> > have the right
> > settings, some networks will not work, so you need
> > to talk to the people
> > in charge of the network and find out what needs
> > be set up.
> > Regretably, the newton driver is not ready for
> > yet, so if you want
> > to use the Newton you will need to wait a bit
> > because if you do
> > not have access to configure the access points,
> > will not be able to
> > get this to work.
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