This is the card that i have. At least, this is all the info i have.
It's a Intersil / Conexant / Unex RM2 802.11b/g
That's all I know. If this isn't enough, I could look al the card to
guess the chipset.
Chris Buechler wrote:
>On Wed, 02 Mar 2005 11:49:20 +0100, vincent van der locht
><vincent at vanderlocht dot com> wrote:
>>I'm using a WRAP board with a RM2 MiniPCI card ( has a PRISM chipset for
>>802.11 b/g ).
>>Is it possible to add this driver to the kernel for the next release ?
>Without knowing specifically which card you have (make/model) that's
>difficult to say. Though I see posts of people using the NDISulator
>on PRISM G cards, so it's probably a safe bet that native support
>doesn't exist. (i.e. probably not going to see that in m0n0wall soon)
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