Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by Jona Schuman, Jun 28, 2003.

  1. Jona Schuman

    Jona Schuman Guest

    I need a wireless nic for my laptop to access my school's network. It's
    an 802.11b network with LEAP authentication. The only supported card is
    the Cisco Aironet 350. My problem is that I also want to setup wireless
    access to my home network and I really don't want to settle for 11Mbs.
    I've yet to decide on a or g (I'm leaning towards g), but I can't find
    any cards that support LEAP (except Apple's, but my laptop's a Dell). I
    know that LEAP is a proprietary protocol, but are there any way's around
    this problem? Does anyone other than Cisco make cards that support LEAP,
    or is Cisco comming out with a 802.11g card anytime soon? Is it possible
    to implement LEAP through software on the client side? Any information
    would be greatly appreciated. I really don't want to have to choose
    between buying 2 cards or sticking with 11Mbs at home.

    Jona Schuman, Jun 28, 2003
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