LINKSYS WIRELESS NETWORK PC CARD WPC11 DRIVER
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Additionally, I was able to use my c with the WPC11 outside near my pool – approximately ‘ from my Access Point – and maintained a 2. Results 1—1 of 1 1. Linksys home-networking equipment is known for its easy setup and low price, and the Linksys WPC11 Instant wireless network adapter is no exception.
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Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! Reply to this review Was this review helpful? Linksys’ wigeless into the rapidly crowding But given the wealth of the manual’s clear, useful information in Linksys’s own Instant Neetwork Configuration Utility, it seems odd that the company omits any explanation of wirelesss often-confusing Windows XP utility. Throughput tests Measured in Mbps longer bars indicate better performance. Once I went beyond this range, my connectivity automatically dropped to 2.
Summary when I tried to dowonload, it said server not available. The page user guide does a superb job ushering you screen by screen through every Windows 9 x, NT, Me, and option for wireless network setup and configuration, going into considerable detail over obscure features such as preamble modes and RTC threshold values.
Linksys WPC11 Wireless PC Card
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Caard some sense to this method; XP’s own Wireless Network Connection utility provides all the features you need to configure the card. As mentioned before, throughput will vary based on environmentals and distance from your Access Point.
The Configuration tab is particularly handy, as it lets you choose ad-hoc or infrastructure mode, the Service Set Identifier SSIDand power-saving options all in one place.
The Link Quality and Signal Strength readouts on the Link Info panel are also quite useful, and the Advanced features are so well explained within the manual that Windows XP users would do well to have a look, even though the options are arranged differently. The Encryption page in the User Guide needs work.
The Utility sits in the System Tray and can be opened with a click. Discussion threads can be closed at any time wirelesss our discretion.
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Overview User Reviews Specs. So at minimum, you’ll have to change the settings on one or the other so that they’re the same. As long as you don’t mind tinkering, The Dude is a decent network utility that should be worth the download. Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site.
Enter the e-mail address of the recipient Add your own personal message: The actual throughput of the card will be scaled back as distance or interference comes into play. Well-organized tabs appear across the top of the configuration utility screen for Wpf11 Info, Configuration, Site Survey, Encryption, and Advanced features.
Login or create an account to post a review. All wireless client cards need a way for csrd to change settings and to monitor ntwork status and quality of connection. Obviously RF interference will effect your distance range and throughput but it is safe to say that the vast majority of users will be able to use this card anywhere in their house. True, the documentation for this PC Card fails to give Windows XP users the hand-holding they deserve, and Linksys’ stubborn refusal to offer warranties longer than one year is disappointing.