[SunRescue] Proxim RangeLAN stuff (wireless)
Sheldon T. Hall
shall1 at columbus.rr.com
Sat May 13 20:08:17 CDT 2000
On Saturday, May 13, 2000 7:45 PM, Bill Bradford wrote:
> I just picked up two original Proxim RangeLAN/ISA cards and a
> Proxim RangeLAN/PCMCIA card (complete with manual and drivers for win
> Anybody know if these are still of any use today? Would be nice if I
> use them for Internet sharing (e.g., 486 laptop on the back porch
> to a 486 gateway wiht a proxim card and a normal ethernet card, in
> I can get 3-4 more of the ISA cards for RIDICULOUSLY low prices, btw.
I've never heard of those cards, but if they come with (or you can find) a
"packet driver," you can use them with IPRoute, a clever DOS-based
router/NAT thing that will run on a single-floppy '386 or better.
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