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This leave me to the wired solution: Flaming or offending other users.
Note that your submission may mocel appear immediately on our site. A couple of them use the 3Com driver and a couple use another which I can’t think of at the moment, I will have to look on my Amiga’s later.
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PCMCIA network card: which model? – English Amiga Board
The wired cards link is the post I was referring to, thanks for linking it, I didn’t have time earlier. Basically any old Netgear, Linksys, Dlink, 3Com and even unbranded cards should work as most of them use one of between a couple of chipsets.
I did see some on Ebay; although I have no idea if they ga411 in fact supported by the Amiga or not.
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Netgear 10/100 Mbps PCMCIA Mobile Adapter Model FA411
The City of Townsville Age: Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. I did try with some wifi cards; was a hell to get drivers and setup, and in the end, I realized that new wifi routers have too advanced security features; which are not available on the old Amiga drivers, so I am not willing to run the network as unprotected, hence wifi is probably out of the question.
If I rightly remember there was also someone on here that had some listed in the marketplace section, have a look through and see if any are left. One option was to make a 1: The time now is Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. FA is highly recommended, they are not easy to find nowadays, though. Advertisements or commercial links.
FA411 – 16 Bit PCMCIA Network Card for Notebook PCs
The drivers for these are available on Aminet for your Amiga. Netgear FA 16bit work flawlessly for me.