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Linksys WMP11 v4 802.11b
- Chipset: InProComm
- Device ID: 17fe:2120
- Driver: lsipnds.inf at 
Debian Unstable/Sid with NdisWrapper 0.11. You must install all three inf files from the driver zip file (I had to force NDIS to load all three drivers for the one card with the -d option on each inf). Card works great, but WEP is untested. Works great on Slackware 10.1 with a 2.6.10 kernel, and Ubuntu Breezy using the latest version of NdisWrapper.
Fedora Core 5, Kernel 2.6.15-1.2054_FC5, works fine with ndiswrapper 1.13, I only needed the LSIPNDS.INF file. I added the line "alias wlan0 ndiswrapper" to the /etc/modprobe.conf file so that the network configuration gui would pick it up. Once I applied DNS, IP, Gate, Mask, ESSID, I was running wide open. These are good inexpensive cards at any WalMart in USA.
I installed ndiswrapper-1.56 on a current Debian Etch system (kernel 2.6.24-etchnhalf.1-686) and my card works.
The card works with WPA-PSK and with unencrypted networks. It does NOT work with WEP - I tested 64bit and 128bit WEP using Open System and Shared Key authentication.
I installed all 3 inf files from the driver archive. However, only lsipnds.inf shows 'driver installed, device present' so after getting encryption working, I tried with just lsipnds.inf, and the card is working great.
tinker:/home/tech# ndiswrapper -l lsbcmnds : driver installed lsipnds : driver installed device (17FE:2120) present wmp11nds : driver installed