03-20-2004, 10:58 AM
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Join Date: Dec 1969
Location: Beach Haven, Auckland
Actually I think I have found the problems, its to do with it not properly associating and disassociating mac addresses in client mode. Bridge mode was just as unsucessfull when I was moving the laptop from one ap to the other, thats when it was stopping working
I have the 2 revision B accesspoints running in AP and client mode running my MP3 player on the client end and it seems to have held up for several days without it needing a powercycle, and if there was a brief dropout then the player would have stopped. Its on the stock antennas for about 6 metres thru 3 walls, so signal is about the same as it would have been to the shed where I was having all the problems.
I would still go for the linksys, there is a more active hacking effort going on since they chose to base them on linux, and that means things like more power, and routing daemons running on the box itself. all very cool.