And thanks for the tips! All replies Drop Down menu. Anyone have any insight? Thread starter larry Start date Apr 4, Did you buy a Buffalo card?
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Double-clicking the task tray icon for the wireless card should show the SSID and signal strength. Your 12″ PowerBook is on the way, but I wouldn’t count on it clearing up the problems He has a wireless router, but I don’t know for sure if it’s an Apple router or a third-party one.
Glad to hear from you on this.
And thanks for the tips! So shouldn’t this work, rather than my having to memorize the hex? But what about the “wireless network name” I gave the network in the Airport setup utility?
– Linksys WPC11 information. Includes detailed pictures.
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. Now I can launch the Utility, find a signal and according to the utility get connected. Your best bet if the PC doesn’t do the memorization is to paste the key into a text document on the desktop so you can copy and paste it into the PC connection.
Originally posted by larry Usually, the browser reports “Detecting Proxy Settings” and just hangs until it says “Server Not Found.
Linksys Mac OS X Compatible?
Apple’s site says it’s: I don’t agree that Airport is the way to go. Anyone have mzc insight? To start the conversation again, simply ask linmsys new question. Ask a question Reset. Links do sometimes go out of date, features change, and sometimes even cards that have the same model number will contain different chips or firmware that affect how the cards operate.
Buffalo Sonnet MacWireless All three of these cards are also times faster than an Airport card for sharing files over a local network but not for surfing the internet. They were awful and clueless.
And again I seek knowledge: Originally posted by rb2u Does your Mac use proxy settings also? As does the box, which I am, on your advice, holding in my hand.
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Where did you get the information from, and what made you think that it would work? I successfully installed the card and driver software, and the “power” and “link” lights on the card are on. She’s running Windows 98 which has better networking capability and may be why you’re having difficulty.
Linksys can go to that bad hot place – I will never buy anything from them again. Jan 12, 8: I think it has something to do with my network settings on the PC, but it’s set to obtain IP dynamically, etc.
The best bet is to either get an original AirPort card, a Broadcom based Yes the PC doesn’t use the same friendly Mac password. You’ll have to restart the PC every time you change a network setting. My first is a 4port router and the second is the new wireless-G router.
Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: What’s new New posts New profile posts Latest activity. The sniffer utility probably provides the visual indicator on linsys task try.