I'm using various Prism-2.5 cards (Netgear MA311 PCI, Z-Com
As you (might) know you, for WPA to work on Windows XP you need
1. A network card with a suitable firmware (Prism2.5/3 with
1.7.4) 2. A network card driver compatible with Windows XP
Wireless Zero configuration 3. A network card driver that also
has the WPA supplement built-in
So far I have #1 and #2, but I'm missing #3.
After googling the internet for 4 hours I just
found "only" one WPA driver for a Prism-2.5 (mini-)PCI card for
"Notebook", "P-Series" and "P2120" in the search engine
Network adapters : Wireless LAN
Intersil PRISM Wireless LAN PCI Card
Version: 04/10/2003, 3.0.4
This driver adds WPA support to the Intersil Prism 2.5 Wireless
1)WPA is supported in Windows XP with Hotfix Q815485, KB826942 or
ServicePack 2. Use Windows Update to install these updates.
2)Windows 2000 and Windows ME will need third-party client
software to support WPA.
3)Under all Operating Systems: When the Access Point's SSID is
set to "Not Broadcast", the Wireless card's "802.11D" property
must be changed from "default" to "none". This setting is found
on the "Advanced" tab of the Intersil PRISM Wireless LAN PCI Card
Properties, accessible from Windows Device Manager.
tyronousfonus wrote:I'm kinda new to this, so please bear with me. I'm using the CB3 from Senao. I don't like the web based software to measure signal strength and communication quality. Is there another software that could with this particulay card? NL2611CB3. It is POE (power over ethernet)
spec wrote:Updated driver ver. 3.00.08.0236 Win2K / XP is here:
dbman190 wrote:How do you update a driver without a .INF file?
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