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 From:  Fred Weston <fred dot weston at daytonawan dot com>
 To:  Jason <jason at oranadisability dot com>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] RE: Wireless cards in Aus
 Date:  Tue, 27 Apr 2004 01:33:28 -0400
Jason wrote:

>Well on this page: http://www.techtopia.com.au/index.php/cPath/1_7
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>would http://www.techtopia.com.au/product_info.php/cPath/1_7/products_id/680 and
http://www.techtopia.com.au/product_info.php/manufacturers_id/13/products_id/810 be my best bet ?
>
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>>Jason said:
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>>>1. Wireless - would I be better off getting a AP or a PCI card for my
>>>monowall router ? card would be preffered as machine is Cel366 with
>>>several PCI slots spare. On a similar note, where and what cards would be
>>>easiest to get in Australia tha work with m0n0 ? my notebooks only have
>>>orinoco 11B cards in them, so B is all I need.
>>>      
>>>
>>You got #2 already.  #1 - I have not used m0n0wall yet (lurker :-),
>>but the answer may depend on how much power you think you need.
>>A wifi card from senao and friends is available with 200mW power.
>>That's compared with Orinoco's 30mW.   I can tell you, I
>>have 3 soekris AP's with these cards, I will be  using engenius
>>client bridges which use the same card, so I get much better coverage.
>>
>>Good luck - looking forward to hearing about #3.
>>
>>Seth
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>Jason Hall
>Orana Disability Sales and Service
>92 Victoria Street
>Dubbo, NSW, 2830
>Ph: 02 6882 9029
>Fax: 02 6882 5994
>Email: dubbo at oranadisability dot com
>
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>
As long as that adapter is compatible with FreeBSD, that setup should 
work fine.

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Fred Weston
DaytonaWAN Networks, Inc.
www.DaytonaWAN.com