What chipsets are used in the D-Link DWL-AG65O cardbus adapter and the\nDI-774 router? These support A/B/G nets, and the 774 is "revision A" - it\nhas two antennae, not one. D-Link recently announced that it would be using\nthe newest Atheros chips in new products, but I don't know if that's what is\nin my AG650 adapter. I want to know because the new Atheros chipset claims\nto support AES encryption, which means that an eventual upgrade to full\n802.11i support is possible without a hardware change.\n\nWPA with pre-shared keys is supposed to work now, but it isn't working for\nme. I have upgraded the 774 firmware, and installed the 2.35 driver on the\nAG650. I have the Windows WPA patch, and I'm using Windows zero-config\ninstead of the Air Xpert utility, as recommended by D-Link support. The last\nI heard from D-Link, I may have to use the AG650 Beta drivers dated June 10,\ninstead of the 2.35 driver dated August 22. Since 152-bit WEP didn't start\nworking for me until I upgraded to 2.35, I'm reluctant to back down to a\nBeta driver and lose WEP.\n\nAlso, does anybody know if the AG650 will work in Europe? My guess is yes,\nbut I know that there have been adapters marketed that do not support\nchannels above 11.