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Re: [vox-tech] Wireless card seems to "freeze" my wireless network
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Re: [vox-tech] Wireless card seems to "freeze" my wireless network



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On Monday 26 May 2003 04:52 pm, Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> On Sat, 2003-05-24 at 09:11, ME wrote:
> > Version of pcmcia-cs?
> >
> > I knew someone who was running RedHat who tried to get this card to work.
> > For them, it was a matter of getting the latest version of pcmcia-cs and
> > building by hand. He did not need or use WEP however.
>
> Actually, the laptop is running Debian 3.0r1. ;-)
>
> pcmcia-cs, orinoco, etc., are all up to date, and the Netgear card I
> have is supported.
>
> I ended up trying to upgrade the WAP's firmware; unfortunately,
> something went terribly wrong while I was doing that, and the WAP was
> unusable after that.  So I had to go buy a new one.  The new one has a
> newer version of the firmware, and it seems to be working just fine with
> my wireless card in my Debian laptop.

It should have a failsafe ROM on it that will allow you to repair it even 
after a bad flash. unplug it, hold down the power button, and plug it back 
in, wait 10 seconds are release the power button.

You should then be able to visit http://192.168.1.251 over ethernet and 
reflash it. If not, you can call linksys, they will give you an RMA even if 
you botched a flash.

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