[NTLK] Upgrade your Newton's Wireless to 802.11n WPA2-PSK
woodysmith at comcast.net
Mon Oct 11 22:57:58 EDT 2010
sounds great. are you using it?
On Oct 11, 2010, at 9:02 PM, RAParker wrote:
> OK... subject slightly overdone, but... It has been mentioned in
> previous posts.
> How does one avoid having to "un-secure" their network or how does
> one allow their Newton to connect to WPA2 secured networks?
> This idea is not "truly" wireless. It also requires an ethernet card
> installed in your Newton. However, it will allow you to connect your
> Newton to corporate networks. You know, the ones that have IT people
> who look at your MessagePad, turn around, and walk away, laughing,
> and say, "How's it feel to be Steve'd?"
> The NETGEAR WNCE2001 Universal WiFi Internet Adapter
> Connect any Ethernet-enabled device to your wireless network.
> Wireless Connectivity for Your Ethernet-Enabled Devices
> Universal Compatibility
> Compact, Smart Design (Can Use USB for Power)
> The Universal WiFi Internet Adapter imeasures just 3.2 x 2.4 x 0.7
> The adapter can be powered by either the included power adapter or
> with a (5v battery?) USB port.
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> My name is R A Parker. I owner a Newton and a Mac.
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