Postby firedur » Sat Aug 16, 2003 10:56 am

My configuration:

Toshiba Satellite 5205-S705
Windows XP Media Center Edition (Pro)
Pentium 4 - 2.4Ghz
1 Ghz RAM
60GB hard Drive
15.1 inch UXGA Display

Toshiba Mini PCI Wireless LAN card (internal)
Drivers: Agere Systems Version:7.620.390

Works perfect with Netstumbler.
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DLink DWL 650

Postby MTrois » Sat Aug 30, 2003 7:09 pm

My DLink DWL 650 running on XP Pro runs great::)
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WPC11 / WIN2k

Postby DVHost » Wed Sep 03, 2003 8:04 pm

Hey guys,

From what I have read, this should not work but it does and I don't know why. Here are the specs,

Dell Inspiron 8000
P3 700
Win2k SP5
Linksys WPC11 v2.5 > WAP11
: Encrypt = YES 128
: Channel 6
: Infrastructure
: Driver v1.7.29.1032

and of course, NS v0.3.30 :D
: Auto Reconfigure ON or OFF, it works.

No special settings or configurations. Install and Play.
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Re: Succesful Cisco w/2000

Postby PurpleDragon » Fri Sep 05, 2003 9:21 pm

Originally posted by bigfredrs
Dell C640
Cisco Airo 350

I followed previous replies on how to make this work. The key is to change the profile selection to "Use another program to configure my wireless settings". This releases hold of the wireless card so that netstumbler can access and change the settings on the card.

I got it to work on my laptop running Windows 2000 and Cisco Airo 340 Firmware 5.20.17 NDIS driver v8.1.7.31 ACU version 6.1

To make it work I just set the ACU to "Use another program to configure my wireless settings".
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Postby mleone » Wed Sep 10, 2003 5:43 pm

HP Pavilion zt1155
Proxim ORiNCO 11b PC card Silver
Linksys WPC11 V3
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Postby ur2punk » Thu Sep 18, 2003 5:36 pm

Linksys WPC54G (v3.20.21.0)

IBM X20 P3-600 320MB (it has Ricoh PC card bus controller)

NS (v0.3.30) using NDIS 5.1

Windows XPP

Said may work & it did ... lucked out :D

Have tried reboot several times this evening & it does not cease to work like some has reported (knock on wood).

With SSID broadcast disabled, NS still seems to see the SSID (Linksys WRT54G with latest firmware). Interesting ... other settings enabled on WRT54G are: 128bit WEP & MAC filter.
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Postby jchutch » Fri Sep 19, 2003 4:31 am

Compaq Presario 17XL260
Windows 2000 Pro
Dell TrueMobile 1150 (thanks to e-Bay)
5 dB detachable flex antenna

Logged over 30 AP's during the 10 minute drive from work to home, and that was with the antenna just velcro'd to the back of my laptop in the passenger seat. Does not appear to pick up AP's that are not broadcasting SSID.
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Postby Wickedinterface » Mon Sep 22, 2003 6:41 pm

Dwl-122 (USB adapter)
IBM Thinkpad r40
Win XP
latest NS
Working for ?-link has ruined my life. Have you RTFM lately....
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win2k / wpc11

Postby forge33 » Sat Oct 04, 2003 6:35 am

win2k / wpc11
pentium 150, battery works
80 megs of ram ;)
netstubmler works perfectly
i can just drive around with this and turn the contrast on the screen down and listen for a big dong to say there`s a network...
its great, low batt usage..
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Postby harshbarj » Sat Oct 25, 2003 4:57 pm

IBM Thinkpad 600E PII 400mhz
64mb ram
D-link dwl-650+
windows xp pro sp1

Tested on the bus. Found over 60 ap's in 6 blocks(nearly 1/2 open).

this is posted on said laptop.
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Postby mopsie » Sun Oct 26, 2003 5:06 am

Originally posted by Stealth5325
I've got the 2511CD PLUS ExT2 200mW card as well. Also, I have a 10dBi external magnetic antenna, and it works GREAT with NDIS mode enabled. I get about 1/2mile range through houses and cars and walls and stuff. In the open, it's closer to two miles. I would recommend this setup.

Try the Prism2 drivers - you'll get about 10dBm more
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Postby mopsie » Sun Oct 26, 2003 7:11 am

Toshiba 5105-S501
XP Build 2600.xpsp2.030.422-1633(sp1)
512Mb RAM
Intel(R) Pro/Wireless LAN 21003B mini pci NDIS5.1
NL2511CD+EXT2 Red Inalambrica Prism + NDIS5.1
USR2210 NDIS5.1

(All at the same time)..

No 3rd party client managers (e.g. Boingo, Cirond WiNc)-these can randomly screw-up NS
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Buffalo WL-CB-G54A w/ W2KPRO WORKS

Postby bfblake » Sun Oct 26, 2003 4:51 pm

Working Setup:

Stumbler v0.3.30
Buffalo WL-CB-G54A
NDIS 5.1
W2KPRO Build 2195
Dell Inspiron 4000 Mobile P3 (700)


I only added this post because previous WL-CB-G54 successful Config. report was
with WinXP O/S.
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Postby joecuba » Wed Oct 29, 2003 4:10 pm

3Com OfficeConnect 3CRSHPW196 (driver version 1.0.2 3000)
Gateway Solo 9300

NDIS 5.1

Didn't work with 98 on same setup, all appeas to work fine in XP, will test with an AP at work tommorow. Looking forward to my new battery so I can have a sniff about my 'hood.

Great program!

[added] yup works great, even found a weak signal at home (have to move the laptop about though)[/added]
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Postby tanguero » Wed Oct 29, 2003 4:36 pm

ASUS wl-100g (Broadcom chipset?)
windows XP pro sp1
Works great with the NDIS driver
Also a bluetooth GPS picked up right away :)

Have been warwalking with laptop in backpack and GPS in belt hehe

/me looks innocent
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