NETGEAR WG511 Wireless Card Driver
We recently got a Netgear WG v2 wireless network card that uses the Marvel chipset. (Made In China, It Sez) I haven't been able to get it. Take care that most recent WG sold now are WGT which doesn't transform a NetGear WG into a Atheros Mini-PCI wireless card. View full Netgear WG specs on CNET. Netgear WGT Mbps Wireless PC Card. Part Number: WGT. General. Form Factor. plug-in module.
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NETGEAR WG511 Wireless Card Driver
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Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Visit the following links: If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. I decided to take a chance and downloaded the latest firmware which implements draft NETGEAR WG511 Wireless Card Once implemented on both router and PC card, I noticed no problems or difficulties.
Those with mismatching brands of wireless devices may want to check with the respective manufacturer s before upgrading, however. Performance and range were much improved in my two-story, sq. Where the signal of my old ME and D-link would drop significantly from about ft away, NETGEAR WG511 Wireless Card able to keep a full signal with the WG and WGR in the same location.
Throughput was also improved, of course, although device specifications, antenna placement, environment, and infrastructure all play a part in signal strength and performance. As with any wireless network product, your mileage may vary.
At a price comparable to some Recommended Good reception but doesn't like to change access points The Grumpy Hacker September 4, This card installed and configured easily on Win2k for my home network But when I tried to reconfigure it for another access point, I ran into trouble: I had trouble getting WEP to work on the new network, and when I went back to my home network it took several tries to get this card to reassociate.
The "Activate" button in the Profiles tab wasn't working, the "Connect" option NETGEAR WG511 Wireless Card the Site Survey tab wasn't working, and even manually setting everything wasn't working--the card just kept scanning channels, NETGEAR WG511 Wireless Card associating.
Netgear WG511 won't work
The software has a channel menu but it's always grayed out. Finally I tried clicking Rescan just to see what would happen and it associated, but the status icon disappeared from the Windows System Tray and running the Configuration Utility from Programs menu didn't work.
I also have been unable to upgrade to the latest driver. I really like the Site Survey feature, it's almost like having Netstumbler but you can highlight an AP and click a button to connect to it usually.
Sometimes, however, "real" settings didn't match the stated "current profile" settings, which is confusing. I also like that this card has an activity LED, which my MA doesn't have--although sometimes the link light doesn't blink when scanning. Overall I think this is just NETGEAR WG511 Wireless Card so-so card due to the strange behavior I experienced.