[rescue] FS : Cisco Aironet 350 PCMCIA w/ PCI adapter card
nick at pelagiris.org
Mon May 23 22:01:12 CDT 2005
Deal, what forms of payment would you prefer? (If it's not already
On Mon, May 23, 2005 at 09:07:06PM -0400, Patrick Giagnocavo wrote:
> I checked and, you can get this card working in many of the "free"
> OSes and a PCI Sparc system. Or a non-Airport PowerBook (Cisco has
> both OS9 and OSX drivers, not sure about Tiger though). Or any x86
> Essentially this is a PCMCIA card, that comes with a custom PCI
> carrier that has status lights on the back. The version of the card
> has 2 antenna connectors so that you can do antenna diversity .
> The card is working, I will guarantee against DOA - BUT, the card
> requires an external antenna, either MMCX (if you are running just the
> PCMCIA card) , or RP-TNC connectors.
> There is probably a little antenna that connects to the MMCX
> connector, but I want something that fits completely inside.
> Here is the PCMall info page on it (with picture):
> Note, this card does have adjustable output all the way to 100mW
> output. Cisco cards have very good receive sensitivity as well. And
> apparently Cisco has a lifetime warranty on it.
> Price: $65 including shipping anywhere in CONUS .
> EBay price appears to be about $100 including shipping, but the one I
> am selling does not have the antenna.
> Supported in NetBSD, OpenBSD, Linux and probably in upcoming releases
> of Solaris.
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