In message <1998...@i-pi.com> Kenneth Ingham writes:
: I have two OTC telecom (http://www.ezylink.com/) AirEZY2400s plugged
: into two hubs via crossover cables. The advantage that thse wireless
: LAN boxes have is that you plug 10baseT into them. No special
: drivers needed. Disadvantage is that they cost more than the
: radio-only units.
How much are these. Their web site leads me to believe that they are
in the $600/node range.
: RadioLan was selling a 10Mbps product a while ago, but they were
: not helpful with supplying info so I could write a FreeBSD driver.
Sounds familiar. The IBM cards I'm working on right now IBM is
reluctant to acknowledge that they even made them. Evidentally they
sold the technology to somebody. They won't confirm or deny that, nor
will they tell me who they sold it to. They won't give out any info
on their wireless card programming. The closest that I've come is
that there is an engineer who has a copy of the docs who used to work
for IBM, but his NDA agreement doesn't expire for another year or
At least you got a direct "no" :-).
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