Does your Easynet card have a white edge connector? If so, it's a Orinoco Gold card. It supports only WPA/TKIP. It won't work with WPA2/AESintric8 wrote:I might just hit you up on that some time soon. I tried out the Easynet PCMCIA card last year, and after downgrading my router to WPA and even trying an assigned IP I still couldn't get it to work. It's rather stunning (to me) how much easier it was for the Schema modem to hop onto my network than the my dedicated card.Sir_Lucas wrote:Regarding Amiga 1200 and a PCMCIA card - WIFI WPA2/AES or Ethernet it's not that hard to set it up. If you need any help, then let me know. I'll gladly help.
And then, after that, figuring out which TCP/IP software to use it started to make my brain hurt. If Jim is able to bring a dummy-proof (I'm looking at myself in the mirror) and a virtual plug-and-play experience, I'm all for it.
I'm not looking to surf the web with the Amiga (although using Dropbox would be cool). But getting it onto some BBSes I've joined would be a lot of fun.
http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?81 ... CMCIA-WIFI
These cards work with WPA2/AES - anyway, let's move to a different thread. I feel like I've just hijacked this one