WinXP and D-Link DWL-650+

Postby danW » Fri Dec 19, 2003 6:13 pm

I just installed Netstumbler, and pluged in my D-Link DWL-650+ and it works great...... Now to make an Antenna and Hit the ROAD.....

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Postby buzzed » Sat Dec 27, 2003 5:27 am

Works fine on my DWL650+ with XP pro
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2k and dwl-650+

Postby foshizzlemetoo » Mon Dec 29, 2003 2:11 pm

Some good news, as Dlink recently release some new drivers for this card on 2k, I've been able to use this card successfully.
This is good news for all of those that haven't been able to use them with the previous version under 2k.(unless I was the only one :) )

Dell Inspirion 8100
2k &sp3

works like a to test it with my gps unit.. :D
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DWL-650 Rev. P

Postby jggimi » Tue Dec 30, 2003 1:09 pm

D-Link changes product design without changing model numbers. For the DWL-650, they currently have 5 different versions (and this doesn't include the 32-bit Cardbus DWL-650+ versions).

My card is the relatively new Rev. P, which goes back to Prism technology now that Intersil has completed the sale of that business to GlobalspanVirata.

The card uses a Prism3 chip.

I was able to get NetStumbler working under Windows 2000, with D-Link's driver, with D-Link's utility, but only in NDIS 5.1 mode. I had to have the utility set the card to Infrastructure mode. If I set the card to AdHoc mode, NetStumbler exits when set to NDIS mode, with nothing reported in the Event Log.
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Postby n0d3 » Wed Dec 31, 2003 12:32 am

Just got myself a Cisco Aironet 342 PCMCIA card. Works fine with Netstumbler using the NDIS 5.1 thingy on my Dell Inspiron 2650 with WinXP Pro. However Stumbler does close on itself sometimes.
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