Re: Working and economic wireless solution
Linux Journal (or was it Linux Magazine?) had a great issue
devoted to SOHO computing a month or two ago. It dealt with
this in some detail.
Upshot was: you don't need an access point if you have a
computer running linux that you can use to make the bridge.
Two pcmcia 802.11b cards will happily talk to each other
without an access point, and your stationary linux box can
be the bridge. Ssh provides much better security than WEP
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 09:50:31PM +0200, Ren? Seindal wrote:
> I am looking for a wireless solution for my laptop at home. I will need
> a PCMCIA card and an access point. Later I might add wireless
> connectivity for another laptop and a stationary computer. I would much
> prefer something that works out of the box on woody.
> I have no idea about what to buy, so if any of you has advice,
> recommendations or warnings, I would be very glad to know before
> spending my money.
> Ren? Seindal (email@example.com) http://www.seindal.dk/rene/
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