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koukobin
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« on: Monday 01 March 2010, 02:47:41 am »

It would be nice if Endian supported all the major wireless N PCI or mini PCI adapters. And i dont mean only drivers. It would be nice if endian had the ability to make WPA2 wireless networks (as all the wireless routers do). More clear. I wish i didnt need to have both endian and a wireless access point to support the wireless clients. I wish endian was enough for that (after adding a wireless N adapter and after making the necessary configuration).
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« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 27 February 2013, 03:26:23 pm »

Actually, I was thinking to replace the router on my cousin's dental office by Endian, but the unavailability of Wireless made me to decided to leave it alone.
According to Intel, the Centrino 2230 wireless adapter is supported by kernels from 2.xx up so depending on Endian's Kernel, wireless will be supported. But the ability for it to behave as a wireless router such WPA etc may no be available.
Anyway, I believe that will be good to download the software and try
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