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Thursday November 27, 2003
03:03 AM

AP trouble over

[ #16034 ]

I have recently experienced serious problems with my Linksys AP, it constantly restartet. I have made one firmware update before and I was running the latest firmware from Linksys.

Google to the rescue...

Apparently the chipset in the Linksys is from a another vendor (D-Link) and it is possible to update the firmware with software from them, this is commonly known as the 'wap11ver22 hack', this page describes it thoroughly.

After this I also update my Airport driver and now things are running smoothly under 10.3 (for now).

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