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From: JD (jolly_jimsofthome.net)
Date: Sun May 05 2002 - 23:39:46 CDT
Hi there john,
I'm interested in doing a similar thing, and would be interested in sharing
any information that gets mailed directly to you, and not to the list !
> Hi all
> I'm just starting into radio and I'd like some advice from those
> that have been there and done it all. :-)
> Anyway what we were looking at was sharing internet access with
> each other (Yeah I know about the grey area in the law) using some good
> cards then sharing the network with other friends in the neighbourhood
> that can access our 2 sites.
> So what we've worked out so far........... (Don't laugh if we've got it
> all wrong)
> We've decided to run every thing in ad-hoc mode.
> This is so we can communicate to each other and to the
> client machines.
> Unless I've got it wrong APs can't communicate with each
> other AND with clients. Am I right!
> The Equipment we're looking at so far is a DWL-120 (it's a USB adaptor
> that will be used for the client machines).
> We were going to us the DWL-520s for the 2 main nodes BUT we've since
> found they don't' work well in Ad-hoc mode. :-(
> The 2 main links will be Linux machines, I've got a few old 486s so they
> should do FINE!!!
> So any suggestions or corrections?
> As you can see I don't' know much at all. :-(
> A BIG THANKS
> John Morrison