collord at linuxfund.org
Tue Feb 25 15:52:55 EST 2003
There is an 800AP+. It's the same (Global Sun) hardware as the 810+ and
I think the 810 (of Ubicom design) is probably getting axored in favor
of a common design.
Funny thing is the 900AP+, which you can get for an increasingly small
price penalty relative to the 800AP+, with the new firmware *can* repeat
other access points... I've used it with HostAP successfully. This is
not based on WDS... and their AP-Client modes in the 900AP+ aren't with
the new firmware either (though they only allow connection of one wired
eth device behind them)... it fakes a single association onto the wlan
like the SmartBridges product does.
OK, getting offtopic, sorry.
On Mon, 24 Feb 2003 21:29:54 -0500
"Jason Boxman" <jasonb at edseek.com> wrote:
> On Monday 24 February 2003 07:40 pm, Matthew Frederico wrote:
> > Alright, I bought this in hopes that it would repeat my linksys
> > signal. No dice.
> Do you mean the DWL-900AP+? Or is there an 800 now?
> I wouldn't be surprised if it only works with D-Link products.
> > Its too new, and I haven't found any hacks for it yet, if anybody
> > knows any way to get it to repeat the signal of other access points,
> > please let me know!
> > -- Matt
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