That would work. Thanks Brandon.
Brandon Kahler wrote:
> Here is what I did to mount antenna's in my WRAP 1E-2
> Brandon Kahler
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Phillips [mailto:g7ltt at g7ltt dot com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 6:18 AM
> To: Jim Thompson
> Cc: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] Which WiFi cards for WRAP?
> Thanks for this Jim.
> I already have the pig tails and a bucket of antennas. I think my only
> problem will be where to mount the connector. The 3 Ethernet variant of
> the WRAP is a bit busy on the back panel.
> FYI my next adventure into WRAP will be with their newest single port
> board for use as an Asterisk PBX. I'm thinking that I can use them for
> exhibitions etc were my staff have to demo our products but are nearly
> always out of cell phone reach (you'd think the phone companies would
> sort that out). I may even add a Wifi node to it for the sake of ease at
> the stand. Nothing worse that trying to explain to a set builder where
> you want your data cables only to discover they've install phone wires
> Mark, G7LTT/KC2ENI
> Randolph, NJ
> Jim Thompson wrote:
>>Mark Phillips wrote:
>>>My Linksys WAP54G bit the dust tonight and so I thought I'd buy myself
>>>a WiFi card to add into my WRAP 3C board. Anyone know which cards are
>>AP or STA mode
>> prism2, prism2.5, prism3.0 cards
>> Orinoco/Avaya/Lucent/Agere/Proxim (the 11b cards, not any 11a or 11g
>> Most 1st, 2nd and 3rd generation Atheros cards
>> Plus all the 'non-beta' cards
>>pfSense (you didn't ask, but..)
>> Nearly any Atheros based card you can currently purchase.
>> All beta and non-beta cards (still no AP mode on
>>Your WRAP 2C (AFAIK, there is no "3C" model) only supports miniPCI
>>cards. Nearly every miniPCI card has MHF/u.fl RF connectors. You'll
>>need at least one "pigtail" and antenna.
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