I'm hoping to avoid doing that. Our units that we call affectionatly
"LGB's" (Little Green Boxes) make a nice package and mount well in
weather-proof boxes if needed. Adding additional "consumer grade"
equipment isn't desireable and the Senao high-power cards work very well
for radios. We may, however be forced that way or to a roll-our-own
On Mon, 27 Feb 2006, KnightMB wrote:
> Given that, you could always buy your favorite cheap wireless router
> from the local computer shop (linksys, netgear, dlink, etc), turn off
> DHCP for the wireless router and just plug LAN cable in with the LAN
> ports on the wireless router. Computers will be able to connect via
> wireless and since the router will only work as a access point only,
> they will get DHCP from m0n0wall without any problems. That's what I'm
> doing with mine since I already had the wireless router, never realized
> that the ones that work inside the m0n0wall had so many problems.