[Dshield] OT Wireless AP

Andrew Willy andrewwilly at gmail.com
Tue Feb 13 23:19:49 GMT 2007

I've got a $20 dollar Zyxel AP that works well at my house. I'm of the
opinion that for basic functionality, most APs vendors have got it figured
it out.  If you insist on "known-goodness", you could throw some money at a
Cisco AP.


On 2/13/07, Paul Marsh <pmarsh at nmefdn.org> wrote:
> Hi All:
>   I'm in the market for a small wireless AP.  I've tried a few in the
> past but I need a GOOD one.  In the past I've tried Netgear IMO =
> flakey, Watchguard is OK but I'm starting to see problems, TrendNet IMO
> = flakey also, Linksys IMO waste of time.  Can you toss out some KNOWN
> GOOD AP's.
> Thanx, Paul
> The information in this transmittal (including attachments, if any) is
> privileged and confidential and is intended only for the recipient(s) listed
> above. Any review, use, disclosure, distribution or copying of this
> transmittal is prohibited except by or on behalf of the intended recipient.
> If you have received this transmittal in error, please notify me immediately
> by reply email and destroy all copies of the transmittal. Thank you.
> _________________________________________
> SANS 2007 March 29 - April 6 in San Diego, CA offers 52 Courses
> taught by our top rated instructors plus a huge vendor tools expo.
> Register Today! http://www.sans.org/info/2501 (BROCHURECODE: ISC)

More information about the list mailing list