Non-Airport wireless cards....

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by jbrown, Jul 13, 2003.

  1. jbrown macrumors 6502a


    Jul 7, 2002
    heres the deal...I have bought an Airway pcmcia card for my girlfriends Powerbook G3 400.. hoping to hook up to my Airport Extreme base station setup - to surf the web and print wirelessly - when I bought it I was given this link to download a driver - which I did. I tried to follow the setup instructions - but fell at the network configure system stage - couldn't find an ' Ethernet (en1 ) setting...
    for what it's worth it is a Prism1 chipset ( I don't know much about this stuff!!) - this should be the same as D-Link//Belekin cards-------any thoughts/help to get it running much appreciated!!:) :) :)
  2. Waragainstsleep macrumors regular

    Oct 15, 2003
    Airway/wireless cards

    You can download a driver that will work with a wide range of 3rd party wireless cards for OS 9/X at [].
    This works fine with my Lombard 333MHz running OS X.2.8 (I haven't tried it OS 9 yet.
    I am also using the Airway 11Mbps PCMCIA card.

    I assume the driver you have is the one from sourceforge or whatever they are called.
    This would not work on my machine either.
    The macsense driver also supports ad- hoc wireless connection, which the other one does not.

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