[Scottish] Linux compatible Wireless router??

Colin.Speirs at scotland.gsi.gov.uk Colin.Speirs at scotland.gsi.gov.uk
Mon Nov 20 10:08:09 GMT 2006

> Hi Colin,
> I have a Zyxel P-660hw and I mainly use it over cable network 
> with linux mainly and sometimes with Windows XP.
> It works fine via cable and with wlan disabled completely.
> As I have heard of the main tricky thing is configuring the 
> WLAN network with WPA and WEP under Linux buit it should work.
> The Zyxel 660hw has a web interface and a telnet interface where 
> you can do extra configurations you can't manage over the web 
> interface.
> I have decided to switch off the WLAN-feature as I don't need 
> it and have attached a 24 port 3COM switch to it and when all 
> my computers are up and running either Gentoo linux or WinXP 
> it works quite well.
> Hope I was of help. I use Arcor as a provider in Germany.

Many tanks Werner

I've decided not to use the Wireless feature for my main machine but use
it with a card connected direct, that should be OK for the Linux sside.

The wireless bit wiill come into play when my wife gets herself a laptop
and that will, most likely, be XP.




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