On ma, 02 apr 2007 06:20:56 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Hi, thanks for the advice. Incidentally, which client did you use that
> displays the MAC address?
Some do, and many don't. If your present client doesn't, you'll have to
experiment. Many, usually older clients work with other cards than the
one they come with. It depends on a lot of things like the chipset used
The Netgear one(s) look promising.
Try one of the early ones (for the v1) if your card has a Prism chipset: http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/WG511v1.asp
Or the newer one (the v2 - don't know what chipset it uses, maybe some
Googling will tell you) here: http://kbserver.netgear.com/release_notes/d102576.asp
McAfee may (still?) have (I haven't looked recently) a link for a free
client. Search their site. Maybe their client will show the MAC address.
If these don't do the job, look for some more.
I use a Philips client, for their SNN6500 a/b/g card (Atheros chipset)
and the client there displays the MAC addresses.
> Regarding the ID, I'm not sure either now that I read it. I think I
> meant the WEP code was the same on both (mentioned to indicate I had
> checked this)