Ivan Voras wrote:
I've never used IBSS, but I have enough spare 802.11 hardware to try it
out. I'll let you know.
Boris Kochergin wrote:
Do you know about http://ralink.rapla.net/? The RT2500-based cards
listed there are supported by the ural(4) driver. There's a
discouraging comment about using them for access points in the man
The ural driver does not support automatic adaptation of the
speed in IBSS and HostAP operating modes.
That's too bad - it seems the Linsys' card is supported by ural. I
looked around for Linux information on the same topic, and given the
problems they have, I think I'll even settle for IBSS. Are there any
practical differences between HOSTAP and IBSS when used by a very
small number of users?
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