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My internet was totally down today, so I didn't get to check this until I got to work. Ill check the chipset when I get home tommorow. What is the easiest way to check what chipset I have? If I remember right that card has a couple of different models.
#Card: D-Link Airplus DWL 650+ * Chipset: ACX100 * pciid: 104c:8400 * Driver: Windows drivers from http://www.dlink.com/ . “Native” acx100 Linux driver available at http://lisas.de/~andi/acx100/ ; requires Firmware from Windows drivers. Please read README for details. * Other: Tested on Slackware 10 with Ndiswrapper 0.8. acx100 supports WEP (only tested 128bit). * Other: Works Perfectly with Ndiswrapper 1.1 in Ad-Hoc mode ( 2005.05.12 ). Howto: Craig’s ACX100/111 Guide for Linux <http://www.houseofcraig.net/acx100_howto.php>