[NTLK] Newton-compaible WiFi router FS/FT?
Fundamental Learning - Rob Moody
robmoody at fundamental-learning.com
Wed Apr 26 04:11:10 EDT 2017
Hi all...thanks for the interest! Dan mentioned the option to switch access point/router to 'b' only...but I'll be blowed if I can find that option on the Snow Domes...?!
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> On 26 Apr 2017, at 01:22, Piotrowski Paweł (Newton) <newton at indigi.co.uk> wrote:
> OK, about AP for Newton. Officially I must admit that there is some issue with AP’s for Newton. I just tested my AirPortExtreme. Is not working. It’s strange, because WiFi connection is established (AirPort see Newton WiFi card. Router even give IP address), but there is some issue with DNS (like Robs problem).
> My Time Capsule (working fine with Newton) is 1st generation Time Capsule. Working fine.
> AirPort Extreme 2nd generation - won’t work…
> AirPort Express N 1st generation - won’t work…
> What I discovered: Lucent (orinoco) Silver won’t even work with my TimeCapsule… ELSA and Intel card working fine… Very very weird…
> Morgan, It is not about configuration, because on all my setups I have the same manual IP etc. Must be something with establishing a connection. I’m not expert, but maybe ’N’ option is problem…
> But in second hand, why Intel card working fine and Lucent won’t work? I don’t know...
> Tomorrow I will do couple other tests with other AP’s and WiFi cards.
> Best regards,
> Pawel Piotrowski
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>> On 26 Apr 2017, at 00:07, Morgan Aldridge <morgant at makkintosshu.com> wrote:
>> I have used my Apple AirPort "Snow" with my Newton MessagePad 2100 and
>> Buffalo/Melco 802.11b card. I'm now using them with a NetGear Zing quite
>> successfully (though you have to disable auth and force the guest network
>> to 802.11b).
>> The trick is manual IP addresses. Easy for me to say, but know your IPs,
>> subnet, and DNS.
>> On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 14:04 Fundamental Learning - Rob Moody <
>> robmoody at fundamental-learning.com <mailto:robmoody at fundamental-learning.com>> wrote:
>>> Dan- this may very well be the issue I've been facing...
>>> My airport snow dome & snow dome extreme have not worked...and do not
>>> appear on this list...
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>> On 25 Apr 2017, at 17:14, Dan <dan at dbdigitalweb.com> wrote:
>>>> May I suggest getting something that can do Wifi B only as an option? I
>>>> would also try to avoid routers that have the N class (several people
>>>> have had problems with N class routers and Newton's). But my suggestion
>>>> would be to try an wrt model (the kind that you can reflash with DD-Wrt
>>>> or Tomato) as I have had good luck with those.
>>>> But I really think getting a older model that doesn't have the N
>>>> class/speed and setting it to B only will work. If you haven't tried
>>>> the B ONLY setting that on your current router (if it has one), I would
>>>> giving that a shot.
>>>>> On 4/25/2017 8:13 AM, Fundamental Learning - Rob Moody wrote:
>>>>> I am close to concluding that this may have been the issue all along in
>>> my longstanding problem of going wireless on the Newt...compatible access
>>> point...although I'm having probs getting connected to my Powerbook so I
>>> can connect wirelessly to NCX...!
>>>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>>>> On 25 Apr 2017, at 12:43, Marisa Giancarla <fstltna at me.com> wrote:
>>>>>> Im looking for a newton compatible wifi router/airport device. Anyone
>>> have one for sale or trade?
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>> http://seriesparts.com/ <http://seriesparts.com/>
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