If you are wanting to purchase an adapter, any of those 3 would be fine.
However, have you considered using your builtin NIC with ndis(4)? [See section
18.104.22.168 of the FreeBSD Handbook] for instructions, or reply to this email
if you need help.
> On 3 May 2015, at 10:42 pm, Gour <g...@atmarama.net> wrote:
> After resolving some issue I'm preparing to fully migrate from (openSUSE)
> Linux to Free/PC-BSD and looking for advice in regard to support for USB Wifi
> My netbook has integrated RTL8188CE chipset which, afaict, is not supported
> under FreeBSD.
> From before I have D-Link's DWA-125 USB adapter which works, but it's a
> little bulky in comparison with newer mini/nano adapters and after some
> research I've arrived to the following list of adapters which are easy to get
> 1) Asus USB-N10
> 2) Trendnet TEW-649UB
> 3) Edimax EW-7811UN
> According to the list at
> 1) & 2) use 'rsu' driver while Edimax is supported by 'urtwn'.
> What would you recommend as the best option?
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