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Alaric
Ok, so got another card. Linksys WCF11. cardctl ident and wlan-ng.conf agree. The light stays on. But I cant get a network connection. Even ifconfig -a doesnt show anything.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

Alaric
Alaric
So frustrated. Still cant get any of my wireless cards working. Im at a complete loss.


QUOTE(Alaric @ Jun 15 2005, 12:06 PM)
Ok, so got another card. Linksys WCF11. cardctl ident and wlan-ng.conf agree. The light stays on. But I cant get a network connection. Even ifconfig -a doesnt show anything.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

Alaric
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sojc
try ipconfig

do you have a router? is it dhcp running, if so

go to the command prompt and type.

ipconfig /release

then type

ifconfig /renew

then check everything make sure you can ping each other


QUOTE(Alaric @ Jul 26 2005, 04:53 PM)
So frustrated. Still cant get any of my wireless cards working. Im at a complete loss.


QUOTE(Alaric @ Jun 15 2005, 12:06 PM)
Ok, so got another card. Linksys WCF11. cardctl ident and wlan-ng.conf agree. The light stays on. But I cant get a network connection. Even ifconfig -a doesnt show anything.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

Alaric
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Raybot
Any idea what chipset the Linksys uses? I understand more recent ones tend to be PRISM3 based (I've got a Planex GW-CF11X which has this, I understand the IOData and Sandisk ones are also PRISM3). To get these working you'll need the Sharp PRISM3 update from http://support.ezaurus.com/sl-c3000/update/wlan_cf11x_b11/ (yes it's in Japanese but it boils down to downloading that package and installing it).

On that note, I've not been able to get it to work in ad-hoc mode but it connects pretty easily to an 802.11b basestation ...


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