And again I seek knowledge: Anyway, I tried both. I am taking both of these items back for a refund. And it may require a dollar sign in front. Apr 6, 6: After hours of trying installs, firmware upgrades and various combinations of dynamic and static IPs the problem continued.
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Linksys Mac OS X Compatible?
It doesn’t have an Airport Card in it. Did you buy a Buffalo card?
Anyway, I tried both. Double-clicking the task tray icon for the wireless card should show the SSID and signal strength. So shouldn’t maac work, rather than my having to memorize the hex? BUT my web browser is unable to connect to any sites.
Again you’re advice proves correct! She’s running Windows 98 which has better networking capability and may be why you’re having difficulty. I suppose that’s because I’ve got bit linkksys The best bet is to either get an original AirPort card, llinksys Broadcom based After hours of trying installs, firmware upgrades and various combinations of dynamic and static IPs the problem continued. Originally posted by rb2u Does your Mac use proxy settings also? It does not have any Mac software.
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For what it is worth, I just wasted about 3 hours of my life with Linksys tech support trying to get a WAP11 Access point conncected to my Linksys router and WPC11 card in my PC running Windows my two macs are connected to the router by cables – both desktops. My wife’s PC has a 3 Com card with a similar utility and it tells the signal strength for her connection to my Airport Base Station.
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I’ll pass the details about the cards you listed to my friend and let him decide for himself what he wants to do. Members Current visitors New profile linkays Search profile posts. Jan 13, 8: And it may require a dollar sign in front.
I don’t agree that Airport is the way to go. All replies Drop Down menu. I don’t believe Buffalo has ever advertised any of its cards as Mac-compatible, but several other Tibook users have posted here in the past to say their Buffalo cards worked perfectly, using Apple’s own Airport software.
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Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: Does your Mac use proxy settings also? Linkyss think Airport is the best way to go in this case. Apr 6, 6: Originally posted by larry Sounds similar to my problem. I’ve had two good experiences with Linksys products.