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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

B&W G3 and wireless cards


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The PowerMac G3's have a built-in 10/100 ethernet card, but a friend of mine is trying to go wireless. He has a PC/Windows network with a Linksys 802.11g wireless router. However, Linksys said that they don't make cards that work for Macs. What wireless cards will work for the G3's to hook up to the linksys router?
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What kind of G3 do you have?
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It is a Blue and White G3. The G3/400mhz.
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I think the regular airport card should work, if you use the adapter found here:http://www.welovemacs.com/aicaad.html
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Cool. Sounds good to me. Thanks!
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Macman, they don't give much info on that adapter. How does it work?

Linksys makes a PCI card to go wireless.

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