Locating a WPA enabled wireless PCI card

  funkey_monkey 12:43 08 Aug 2006


Where can I get a wireless PCI card online which supports WPA and doesn't include a £10 - £15 delievery charge to Northern Ireland?

£15 delivery - bloody rip off!!!


  funkey_monkey 12:48 08 Aug 2006

I wonder would this be a good buy...

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  ade.h 14:24 08 Aug 2006

It is questionable whether it supports WPA, though. The overview says that it does, but the specification does not.

  ade.h 14:30 08 Aug 2006

What online retailers do you have that are based in Ireland or have branches there? PC World?

  funkey_monkey 12:24 10 Aug 2006

I've decided to get a linksys wmp54g pci card from amazon.

The spec on the linksys website states that that particular model is WPA compliant.
Plus, it will be a matched pair with the router.

Although the amazon website states that it does not support WPA it also includes a photo of a pci card which does not resemble the wmp54g.

I'd be surprised if amazon was still selling previous years spec devices 1/2 way through 2006. If they are I will return it and tell them that it is not the item that is detailed on the Linksys website.

I hope to have not muc hbother with this purchase, but you never know.

Why would they have a WPA enabled router and the associated PCI card without this feature?


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