Wireless at home is giving problems agai ... / 2008-05-28

2008-05-28 Wireless at home is giving problems agai ...
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Wireless at home is giving problems again, even with Mirjams laptop. Probably interference in the completely stuffed 2.4 GHz band. Looking at 802.11a shows not much on offer. Maybe 802.11n with 5 GHz channels can be an option but the affordable 802.11n (draft 2.0) accesspoints for sale all have lots of extra options, like playing 'router' (IPv4 nat) I don't need / want. Netgear seems to have some options but reviews tell me the devices fail easily. Linksys has no real access points other than the wap54g. Cisco has options but only in the expensive range...

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