I was after an 802.11b wireless card that is fully supportedand stable
when in use by the openbsd, and also if possible the linux kenel.
> > suggestions?
> Anything with a PRISM-2 chipset works nicely.
> See wi(4) for a full list.
Yes, but you can't use host AP mode. Or some of the other cool tricks.Quote:> I was planning on buying an orinco gold, which was apperenty made by
> lucet but takes me to a proxim webpage. I can not find it in the
> supported ist in that man page...does anyone know if it is supported?
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Quote:> I was after an 802.11b wireless card that is fully supportedand stable
> when in use by the openbsd, and also if possible the linux kenel.
There are many Wireless card Openbsd supports, but I some of them has no
encryption capability. But why need to have encryption capable
wireless card if ssh or VPN software can handle the encryption
seperately? Is it because encryption in Wireless card has hardware based
I don't inow which card is good, how about Lucent Wavelan? and Pro and Cron?
13. Wireless cards