[Soekris] Sohoware NCP130/A 802.11b card
dirk at tkm.att.ne.jp
Tue Nov 19 13:04:05 UTC 2002
Reply from Netgear... does this mean it can be used on the Soekris
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> From: support at esupport.netgear.com
> Date: Tue Nov 19, 2002 08:33:40 Asia/Tokyo
> To: dirk at tkm.att.ne.jp
> Subject: RE: [#13094]
> Dear Dirk,
> Thank you for contacting Netgear Support. My name is Doug & I will be
> handling your enquiry.
> The simple answer to your question is yes. If it is in a PCI 2.2 slot
> it will use 3.3 volts if it is in a PCI 2.1 slot it will use 5 volts.
> Douglas Rice
> Netgear Support
> support at netgear.com
On Wednesday, Nov 13, 2002, at 22:51 Asia/Tokyo, James Oakley wrote:
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> On Tuesday 12 November 2002 09:16 pm, Dirk Rösler wrote:
>> has anyone looked at this one yet?
>> "The CableFREE II PCI Card is 802.11b compliant, and comes equipped
>> with a detachable / adjustable antenna that lets you remotely position
>> for maximum signal strength in your particular home or office
>> Don't know about voltage or chipset, no info on the web page. A
>> on misc at openbsd indicates that this is a rebadge-job as you seem to be
>> able to use someone else's firmware update.
> According to the keying on the board in the picture, it's a 5V card. A
> 3V card
> will have the notch close to the back edge.
> - --
> James Oakley
> Engineering - SolutionInc Ltd.
> joakley at solutioninc.com
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