Jim Thompson wrote:
> I've got over 6 years of experience with linux (and freebsd) on
> 802.11. I started with my own designs (mpc860T / 855T, then
> mpc8245/8241, then xscale and various MIPS parts). I've played the
> game with other people's wlan boards, and my advice is "don't".
Ahh I see, I think we may have our wires crossed here. Removing the
mainboard from a Netgear WG302 is only to get it into a weather-proof
housing. We have no intention to attempt to rewrite the firmware! :-)
Our requirement is a weather-proof AP. The idea of using m0n0wall + WRAP
+ minibox housing seemed to be a convenient way of getting an 802.11b
weather proof AP as all the components are already available.
> I'm sure I mailed you privately about this.
No email as yet.
Thanks for your feedback so far.