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Quyen Arana <[log in to unmask]>
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OMRF's Information Support Group <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 23 Mar 2005 16:06:45 -0600
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I like my AirPort, although it never would hiccup when a Mac attached to it,
some PCs would have a fit.

I do agree on the Cisco. It's taking 2 Linksys, 2 D-links, and a Belkin for
our center to realize that somebody should have just started with a Cisco in
the first place. $555 at Zones for 1200-G.

On 3/23/05 1:23 PM, "Kelsey Kennedy" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Heh. The ones in the metal boxes seem like they should work better, eh?
> I've had 'em all (consumer models). Starting with Linksys then Belkin,
> D-Link, etc. Now back to a Linksys. It works. For now.
> You probably don't want to hear this but your best bet is the Cisco
> Aironet 1200. You can get the one with the B card for ~$512 or with the
> G card for ~$640 (approximately twice the cost of the Netgear one that
> doesn't work). Pricey but they *work*...
> K
> Danny G Smith wrote:
>> I just got a Netgear wg302 wireless access point, and it is doa.  Does
>> anyone make one that works?
>> --
>> thanks,
>> Danny G Smith
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