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Help Me to Buy Access Point

Postby rhcepk » Sat Oct 07, 2006 10:55 pm

ASALAM-O-ALIKUM

How are you,

I need information from all of you. I want to Buy Access Point my Wireless internet service provider told me to buy wireless client supported Access Point they recommend D-Link DWL-2100 its cost is 4000 Rs in Lahore . I talked to my brother he is in china he told me the Price of Access Point is 1500 Rs here in china but he dont know it support the wireless client . well I talked again to my wireless network operator about this he told me buy any access point that support wireless client .

If any one knows they cheap Access Point that support wireless client then tell me pleaseeeeeeee I need this as soon as possible.

one thing more I am getting wireless internet because here in our area just dialup working no DSL and no Cable Net therefor I am going to get wireless internet for good speed . My wireless operator use Yagi Anteena its cable comes to Access Point and the UTP cable come to my PC lan card from Access Point if any one suggest that is good for speed or what happen in future releated to speed signal or any worry please tell me
I am waiting for responce.


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Postby lambda » Sun Oct 08, 2006 1:20 am

dlink has good support in lahore (not sure where you are) -- a warranty and everything. i'd go with a dlink (in fact, that's what i have at home).

you might want to find one with an external antenna.
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Postby rhcepk » Sun Oct 08, 2006 7:25 pm

Thanks lambada


do you know about any Access Point that support Wireless Client and it is cheap never matter about company


Lambada I want to know more information about Wireless can you give me your MSN or Yahoo E-Mail where I can talk to you live or any contact number?


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Postby lambda » Sun Oct 08, 2006 8:20 pm

rhcepk wrote:Thanks lambada
ah yes, that must be my nickname.

do you know about any Access Point that support Wireless Client and it is cheap never matter about company
pretty much all of them support base station or point-to-point mode operation.

go to the dlink office, or call them up. get a list of access points. search on the various dlink web sites for their specs, and search on google for user reviews. i can't recommend any single model that will work for you -- the wifi router i use is actually wifi + adsl (g-624t).

Lambada I want to know more information about Wireless can you give me your MSN or Yahoo E-Mail where I can talk to you live or any contact number?
you can pm me.
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Postby kbukhari » Mon Oct 09, 2006 8:08 am

lambda wrote:dlink has good support in lahore (not sure where you are) -- a warranty and everything. i'd go with a dlink (in fact, that's what i have at home).

you might want to find one with an external antenna.


i wildly used Dlink when i was in beacounhouse
but support in lahore from Dlink is NILL i always need to contact Dlink ME
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Postby LinuxFreaK » Tue Oct 10, 2006 5:49 am

Dear rhcepk,
Salam,

I do not know what type of access point you need but you can take a look at eBay. You will get one at cheap rate.

Note: Just follow my advice if you have relatives in USA and who willing to spend their Eid in Pakistan other wise it will cost you too much :)

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Postby irfanbhatti » Thu Oct 12, 2006 2:14 pm

I am using Linksys Access Point for last 1 year that's V good and in reasonable price Netgear also V good

And u can Use Also A Pc As Access Point (you may required Ap Configration tool )
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ovislink

Postby abakali » Wed Oct 18, 2006 10:31 am

use ovislink devices

www.ovislink.com.tw
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Postby lambda » Wed Oct 18, 2006 12:38 pm

why ovislink and not dlink, or netgear?
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Postby lambda » Thu Jan 03, 2008 6:49 pm

in other news, i just switched from the dlink to a linksys wag200g.

why the linksys is better:

- the ui works under firefox (the dlink required ie6 -- even ie7 wouldn't work)
- its signal quality is better (maybe it has a stronger radio?)
- snmp!
- they make it easy to locate and download the code (gpl) for it
- it supports wpa2 personal

why the linksys is worse:

- there's no "log" page
- you can't telnet or ssh in, you have to use the web interface

overall, i'm happier with the linksys. it cost me rs 4,800.
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Postby fawad » Thu Jan 03, 2008 7:49 pm

AOA,
I was getting a pretty terrible signal in some parts of my house with the WRT54G I had before and the D-Link access point before that. I bought a WPN824 for $30, and that thing has been working like a champ. Am getting at least 32 mbits/sec with generic wifi cards. That said,

Cons:
* No SNMP
* Log page is TERRIBLE
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Postby osmansiddiq » Fri Jan 04, 2008 1:01 am

Aoa fawad bhai

have u tried Flashing to OpenWrt Firmware
http://martybugs.net/wireless/openwrt/flash.cgi
or
http://www.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv2/index.php
or
http://www.sveasoft.com/


u have already discarded it , what`s there to lose

more on openwrt here

http://openwrt.org/

do be careful about the different models of WRT54G
more here
http://linuxdevices.com/news/NS4729641740.html
and
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WRT54G

LinkSys also offers a WRT54GS "speedboaster" model that uses channel bonding with I believe both A and G signals, to realize faster throughput in some use cases. Some older WRT54GS models were available with 8MB of Flash and 32MB of RAM, while current models have 4/16, and thus will also support fancy firmware upgrades, such as those from http://www.dd-wrt.com/, http://www.sveasoft.com/, http://sputnik.com, and so on. These firmwares offer things like optimization for VoWiFi (voice-over-wifi), integration with Radius authentication, bridging, etc, etc, etc.

Techie knitty-gritty on all the various permutations, serial number sequences, and so forth can be found at James Depew's unofficial LinkSysInfo.org site.
http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/index.php


anyway do let us know about the endeaver if u do decide and take the plunge


AS FOr rhcepk

I would say have a look at hardware supported by openwrt at
http://wiki.openwrt.org/TableOfHardware
and more at
http://openwrt.org/

go for cheap generic brands and upgrade the firmware if you`re upto it 8)
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Postby nayyares » Fri Jan 04, 2008 11:28 am

Hi,

if you really concern with the performance plus stability then LinkSys, for low price solution of course i would buy DLink.

rhcepk wrote : do you know about any Access Point that support Wireless Client


:idea: An Access Point that support Wireless Clients is called Wireless Access Point :!:


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Postby lambda » Fri Jan 04, 2008 12:20 pm

my wrt54g is terrible. i made the mistake of buying the cheaper model (there are three); perhaps that's why it sucks.

the local vendors sell wrt54g v7, which isn't supported by openwrt.
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Postby x2oxen » Sat Jan 05, 2008 1:06 pm

If price conciouse then go for TP-Link it worths about 2400 Rs in markeet and it have almost all features that you required but if you want to use it as it will be best option for you as AP Client but if you want to use it as AP then its signal quality will be terrible

and if quality concious then go for Rucks/Alcon SU a both top quality products

and now if we come to an average solution not much costly and reliable just go for Linksys/D-Link
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