Wireless Bridge Advice

I need ideas on buying a wireless bridge so I can connect an old Sparc box to my wireless network. The old Linksys WET54G finally seemed to peter out. I can’t find anything like it anymore.

Ideas?

On Sun 01 Jun 2014 03:36:01 PM CDT, BSDuser wrote:

I need ideas on buying a wireless bridge so I can connect an old Sparc
box to my wireless network. The old Linksys WET54G finally seemed to
peter out. I can’t find anything like it anymore.

Ideas?

Hi
Can’t beat them, I have one for my Sparc systems :wink: Maybe e-bay for
one? What is wrong with it?


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It seemed to quit working properly with connecting to my router, so a few months ago, I recycled it. For several months now, the old Sun Blade 100 sits unused, but it still has life left in it as a *BSD system; just need a way to hook it to the network. I would connect directly, but the router is in another location, unfortunately.

On Sun 01 Jun 2014 04:26:02 PM CDT, BSDuser wrote:

It seemed to quit working properly with connecting to my router, so a
few months ago, I recycled it. For several months now, the old Sun
Blade 100 sits unused, but it still has life left in it as a *BSD
system; just need a way to hook it to the network. I would connect
directly, but the router is in another location, unfortunately.

Hi
I have an Ultra 10, a Blade 100 and a Blade 150 :wink: Running SuSE 7.3
sparc, but powered down and out in the shed…

I need to pull one out and stick 11.2 on it for giggles…
https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:SPARC

ebay and just get another one?


Cheers Malcolm °¿° SUSE Knowledge Partner (Linux Counter #276890)
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