On Wed, 2004-02-18 at 08:19, Sharif Nassar wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Feb 2004, Hilton Travis wrote:
> > Netgear cards are crap. They have poor build quality and were the cards
> > voted "most likely to fail" in their Senior Year. Of course, Linksys
> > wasn't in the same year - they are actually a worse card than the
> > Netgear.
> > Actually, I refuse to sell/support Linksys and Netgear equipment. Won't
> > sell 'em because they are crap, and won't support any of these units at
> > client sites because they are not of a quality that is appropriate for
> > business purposes.
> Begging the question: What do you recommend ?
> I haven't used too many different wireless cards, and all I have to go on
> is the chipset list I mentioned earlier...
While not specifically related to WiFi cards, here are the manufacturers
I have personally had few issues with:
There are a number of brands I haven't dealt with, so have no personal
experience with those that I can comment on.
> PS: This points to a GoDaddy parking page ?
> > Open Source Projects: http://www.ares-desktop.org/
Thanks for that. I guess Angela hasn't directed it to
www.ares-desktop.com yet - spanking time, methinks.
Hilton Travis Phone: +61-(0)7-3343-3889
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Open Source Projects: http://www.ares-desktop.org/
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Network Administration, SmoothWall Firewalls, NOD32 AntiVirus
Conference and Seminar AudioVisual Production and Recording
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