On Fri, 8 Dec 2000, Darryl Okahata wrote:

> I wrote:
> >      Also, there are other alternatives to the AirPort (which is closer
> > to $299 than $399).  One is the Buffalo AirStation (around $280-$340,
>      I forgot to mention that the AirStation supposedly supports roaming 
> between access points.  I haven't tried it, though.

Almost all APs support roaming, because they'd have to go out of their way
to prevent it: roaming is controlled from the client end.

Most clients seem to just implement the "wait until contact is lost with
the current AP then scan for a new one" scheme, though cleverer approaches
are possible.

Roaming between AirPort and AirStation APs certainly works.

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