I know sometimes I come off that way, I wasnt digging
any of you guys. I was asking so I would know if I
would have to go through the trouble of "smacking"
around admin guys to get it to work???
--- Hal Widlansky <hal_at_whoever.com> wrote:
> Victor Rehorst wrote:
> > On Thu, 28 Mar 2002, Benjamin Higginbotham wrote:
> > >
> > > I'll assume that you just want to jump on to an
> 802.11 wireless=20
> > > network. The answer to your 'What card will
> work best' question is... =20=
> > >
> > > All of them.
> > >
> > > 802.11 is an open standard that the card
> manufacturers follow. That=20
> > > means that Mac, Windows, Unix, Linux,
> whatever... It should work. If=20=
> > >
> > > you have an Apple computer that is Airport
> ready, just go for the=20
> > > Airport card. It's not the cheapest, but it's
> nice having the antenna=20=
> > > inside the computer.
> > ... but with a Newton, you can't use an Apple
> Airport card. You can use a
> > Lucent/Orinoco WaveLAN card, which is compatible.
> But keep in mind that the driver is an alpha, so
> it's not going to work in every
> situation. I was only able to get it working in my
> home Airport network by
> setting the network up specifically for it to work.
> Read the List FAQ/Etiquette:
> Read the Newton FAQ:
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