You can download his kernel extension a dummy driver which simulates pulling and replacing the dongle. And your network should work better, not having to encrypt packets. Don’t touch it yet. The kernel dependancies can be fixed by editing: Some Mac guy told me that this Asus device is not Mac-friendly as far as the settings are concerned.
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Bish bosh, after a few seconds you are connected.
Use a D-Link DWL-G USB WiFi Dongle – Mac OS X Hints
C1, not a B1. I haven’t tried it yet, but looks promising!
They wrote back and said that it was not a Mac-compatible product. I followed the instructions about downloading drivers from Ralink, but they do not work.
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. Much better than shelling out that much cash for such an out of date piece of equipment! Has anyone tried to use this driver? I would appreciate you posting a link for your driver on the Rev C. I downloaded the most recent drivers for the chipset 1.
All replies Drop Down menu. And your network should work better, not having to encrypt packets. Click Update and let your Base Station reboot.
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D-link AirPlus G DWL-G122 (790069269851) Wireless Adapter
The Ralinktech drivers are for the B version. Could it be something with the router that’s seeing the device but not letting it connect? So at least through USB 1. It works, as long as WEP is not enabled. Powered by the Parse. It is recognized by the system as an airport card and displays in the menubar as such. Storage by Rick Broida Nov 12, Thomas Walter came up with a solution for the reboot problem, which I have yet to test.
Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. This “rev B1” thing is crucial, as it is this version of the dongle that uses the Ralink chipset, which Ralink has drivers for, but not D-Link if D-Link did, this hint wouldn’t exist. I was able to see both of my access points in the wireless utility. Networking by Aloysius Low Oct 4, There are different versions of these two cards around, so you cannot tell by the model name alone which chipset you have.
I’m sorely tempted to go out and buy one but I’d like feedback on this thing first. I find the original AirPort card the most convenient and reliable way to add wireless capability to my G3 Dual USB iBook since the iBook was made to accept it internally. Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone by Dan Dziedzic.
It’s not the iBook that controls this. Radio Shack has ver. Nvidia launches GeForce Now ‘recommended router’ program So you don’t have to muck around with the settings on your gaming router. After modified the info. Phones by Shara Tibken Oct 25,