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Fri Jun 30 22:06:27 UTC 2006
thanks for the answer. I think I will go for the SWEEX model, then... seems
to be the safer choice...
Edimax seems to use Ralink also, but I think that most consider Edimax low
quality for some reason, so I might avoid it... Because on the box they
advertise Linux support, but never mention it on the website - weird... and
infos on their chipsets are as hard to find as a needle in a hey stack...
Never argue with an idiot. They drag you down
to their level then beat you with experience...
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From: "Niki Denev" <nike_d at cytexbg.com>
To: "ANdrei" <lists at hausro.de>
Cc: <freebsd-hardware at freebsd.org>
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2006 7:47 PM
Subject: Re: USB WiFi
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> ANdrei wrote:
>> sorry, but I am in Romania here, and the availability seems to be very
>> at the moment... no other options I have found but from the three
>> manufacturers I listed... Can anyone confirm any of these? Edimax, Sweex
>> I have also had good experiences with NetGear PCI Wifi on FreeBSD, can
>> recommend the manufacturer.
>> Never argue with an idiot. They drag you down
>> to their level then beat you with experience...
> Ralink (ral(4) and ural(4)) seem to work good under FreeBSD.
> the USB version looses sometimes connectivity here, but i also
> have a PCI Ralink adapter with RT2500 and it works perfectly
> as access point with WPA-PSK.
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