[H-GEN] USB Wireless Inet under Linux.
QuarkAV.com - Hilton Travis
hilton at quarkav.com
Thu Sep 2 04:11:47 EDT 2010
If you're wanting to use it on a single machine, then I'll defer to
others with more experience getting these devices running under Linux.
However if you want to use this for multiple machines, the TP-Link
TL-MR3420 works well - it is a device that provides a WAN/3G failover
capacity (which you'd not be using) as well as 4 * 10/100 LAN ports and
a 300 Mbps Wi-Fi Draft n (and B/G) capability, too. The price is well
and truly on the lower end of the scale and we've had a lot of success
with TP-Link devices for smaller users.
- Hilton Travis
On 2/09/2010 14:52, Carl Adams wrote:
> Hello All
> I'm currently looking for the most economically efficient way to
> connect to the Internet via wireless using Linux. A few years ago I
> purchased an iBurst modem, but that technology is now obsolete. The
> best bet appears to be a USB stick modem, a device somewhat bigger
> than a USB memory stick (about 70 x 25 x 10mm) – essentially a mobile
> phone without screen, keyboard, mic or speaker. I've purchased a
> Virgin Mobile device for A$80 that includes 1mth/5GB usage. Virgin
> have a 365day/12GB recharge for A$150 that would be fine for me - my
> typical usage is less than 1GB/month.
> Unfortunately, as one might expect, this device has no Lx support, but
> it seems that the Lx community is addressing the problem. There's a
> very good site at www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/ with full
> technical explanations, software to download, and a help forum that
> I'm currently posting to. No success as yet, and I've a feeling that
> there are more problems yet to come. The thread I'm posting to is here
> for those interested:
> I'd be very interested to hear from anyone who has either a good,
> inexpensive wireless Inet connection, or experience with these modems.
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