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The guy I was talking to at the computer shop said he has solved the problem of going wireless on an older Mac without a costly airport card.
WirelessUtilityUSB app should come up it has a generic icon. Okay, so I have an iBook clamshell d-ljnk verB of the dwl-g Can anyone shed a little light on this?
Some Bb1 guy told me that this Asus device is not Mac-friendly as far as the settings are concerned. Click Connect at the bottom of the window. You should see a green light next to “Ethernet Adpater en1 ,” meaning the e-link is active It did not come with any mac drivers on the install disk, but it worked well with the downloaded raitek “drivers.
Based on the old DWL-G thread I purchased a combo pack with router and with the rebate got a faily decent deal.
Powered by the Parse. So far, it works fine, the “Profiles” manager in WirelessUtility. There seem to be plenty of them on ebay, although a lot of the sellers don’t say and probably don’t know which version they’ve got.
If you have a closed network, you will be prompted to enter the exact network name.
Use a D-Link DWL-G USB WiFi Dongle – revisited – Mac OS X Hints
For one, my system administrator may not probably want to change the password on the company machines just to fulfill the requirement for a character password. I followed the steps above exactly Do not connect the dongle yet! Power saving on the computer is off.
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Download D-Link DWL-G122 rev.B1/C1 Wireless LAN adapters Drivers and Software
Hints 1 new Hints in the last 24 hours Comments last 2 days No new comments Links last 2 weeks No recent new links. After several emails with local suppliers, I gave up looking and actually went to a shop to buy one. One reason why you might be interested in a USB wireless antenna even if you’ve got a modern Mac with builtin wireless is that the reception on the Airport cards at least in a titanium PowerBook like mine is notoriously weak.
The Mac you just used to update these settings won’t be able to reconnect — unless you already had a letter password! Put simply for you quick-minded network geniesyou need to enable WPA Personal encyption instead of D-likn, which seems to be totally broken with this version of the driver and use a character password.
Funny enough, the driver worked perfectly for me until I had to connect to a WPA-secured network.
D-Link DWL-G122 rev C1
The whole setup worked fine for a few weeks, now it unexpectedly drops the connection after a minute or two. Let’s say you have an “old” Mac you want to wirelessly connect to your AirPort network. So unless you want to use an unprotected wireless network which is totally unsafeyou must use WPA.
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Here it is in case anyone else would like it: But I quickly was disappointed: I dwl-g1122 went with the DWL-G and your hints but it looked a little too iffy for the non-technical users who would be using the iMac. A “Connected” status message should also appear at the bottom. Just in case he does cooperate, which option do you think is the better choice, if indeed the C1 version is okay for my system?