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Mac Wireless Networking

Posted on 2004-10-08
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Being a PC guy I'm a bit at a loss. Can a Mac join a wireless network using a Linksys or D-Link wireless router, or does it HAVE to use and AirPort type system. Is Mac wireless based on the 802.1x standard? Or does it only mean that the wireless card and the basestation have to "speak the same language."?
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Hi Douglasfur,

Check if this helps your case
http://www.macworld.com/2002/07/reviews/routers/

SR..
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That is exactly what I needed. ...and timely, which is why the high points.
thanks much Sunray.
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Douglasfur,

Glad you got what you wanted..

SR
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Me too!
Thanks again
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