From: Steve Maloney <smaloney@mi...> - 2000-06-07 20:01:41
1. I have conflicting information regarding the Cisco Aironet 340 - a
review says it is full duplex, but a dealer tell me it is not. Any one
know the correct answer?
2. Anyone have experience using the Aironet radios with H.323 video
conferencing applications? Results?
From: Jim Veneskey <jvene@bi...> - 2000-06-07 20:10:51
> 1. I have conflicting information regarding the Cisco Aironet 340 - a
> review says it is full duplex, but a dealer tell me it is not. Any one
> know the correct answer?
I haven't heard of any wireless networking equipment that is full duplex - i.e.
capable of transmitting and receiving at the same time.
There maybe some out there tho...
All of our Cisco/Aironet wireless cards transmit and receive on the same frequency
and are incapable of doing both at the same time.
> 2. Anyone have experience using the Aironet radios with H.323 video
> conferencing applications? Results?
> Steve Maloney
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From: Peter Cunningham <peterc@co...> - 2000-06-15 00:40:38
I'm trying to find a copy of the 0.97b source because our copy got deleted
and we want to use that in hopes that it is more stable than the current.
Where might I find it?
Cortland, the company I work for, is using aironet cards for wireless
internet and some of our links drop and won't come back up without a
reboot, but one of our routers (running 2.2.12 kernel and aironet 0.97b
drivers) doesn't seem to have that problem. I'd like to try to use the
same configuration throughout so we can figure out if the problem is the
software or hardware.