[kismac] Re: help with dwl-122

  • From: "J Coohou" <coohou@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 10:26:04 -0800

Thank you so much for the qucik reply.

In fact, I am new to Kismac. Forgive me if I ask you a silly question.
Anyway, did you mean I can use anyone of usb devices in the list to
work with Mac 0S X 10.2.8 after I change the product ids in the dlink
driver?

Thanks,
JL



On 2/24/06, Geoffrey Kruse <gkruse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Any usb device that works with kismac can probably be made to work with the
> dlink driver by changing the vendor and product ids in the .kext
>
>
> Here is what is supported by kismac from the code:
>
>
>     { 0x04bb, 0x0922}, //1 IOData AirPort WN-B11/USBS
>     { 0x07aa, 0x0012}, //2 Corega Wireless LAN USB Stick-11
>     { 0x09aa, 0x3642}, //3 Prism2.x 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
>     { 0x1668, 0x0408}, //4 Actiontec Prism2.5 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
>     { 0x1668, 0x0421}, //5 Actiontec Prism2.5 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
>     { 0x066b, 0x2212}, //6 Linksys WUSB11v2.5 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
>     { 0x066b, 0x2213}, //7 Linksys WUSB12v1.1 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
>     { 0x067c, 0x1022}, //8 Siemens SpeedStream 1022 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
>     { 0x049f, 0x0033}, //9 Compaq/Intel W100 PRO/Wireless 11Mbps multiport
> WLAN Adapter
>     { 0x0411, 0x0016}, //10 Melco WLI-USB-S11 11Mbps WLAN Adapter
>     { 0x08de, 0x7a01}, //11 PRISM25 IEEE 802.11 Mini USB Adapter
>     { 0x8086, 0x1111}, //12 Intel PRO/Wireless 2011B LAN USB Adapter
>     { 0x0d8e, 0x7a01}, //13 PRISM25 IEEE 802.11 Mini USB Adapter
>     { 0x045e, 0x006e}, //14 Microsoft MN510 Wireless USB Adapter
>     { 0x0967, 0x0204}, //15 Acer Warplink USB Adapter
>     { 0x0cde, 0x0002}, //16 Z-Com 725/726 Prism2.5 USB/USB Integrated
>     { 0x413c, 0x8100}, //17 Dell TrueMobile 1180 Wireless USB Adapter
>     { 0x0b3b, 0x1601}, //18 ALLNET 0193 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
>     { 0x0b3b, 0x1602}, //19 ZyXEL ZyAIR B200 Wireless USB Adapter
>     { 0x0baf, 0x00eb}, //20 USRobotics USR1120 Wireless USB Adapter
>     { 0x0411, 0x0027}, //21 Melco WLI-USB-KS11G 11Mbps WLAN Adapter
>     { 0x04f1, 0x3009}, //22 JVC MP-XP7250 Builtin USB WLAN Adapter
>     { 0x03f3, 0x0020}, //23 Adaptec AWN-8020 USB WLAN Adapter
>     { 0x0ace, 0x1201}, //24 ZyDAS ZD1201 Wireless USB Adapter
>     { 0x2821, 0x3300}, //25 ASUS-WL140 Wireless USB Adapter
>     { 0x2001, 0x3700}, //26 DWL-122 Wireless USB Adapter
>     { 0x0846, 0x4110}, //27 NetGear MA111
>     { 0x0772, 0x5731}, //28 MacSense WUA-700
>     { 0x124a, 0x4017}, //29 AirVast WN-220?
>     { 0x9016, 0x182d}, //30 Sitecom WL-022 - new version
>  { 0x0707, 0xee04}, //31 SMC WUSB32
>  { 0x1915, 0x2236}, //32 WUSB11 version 3.0
>
> Geoff
> On Feb 24, 2006, at 10:42 AM, Christoph Koehler wrote:
>
> The list is very outdated. I was told that the netgear ma 111 v1
> works, but there are no drivers for normal use, although I heard other
> Prism2 device drivers will work.
> Make sure to get v1 though, there are two versions. Here is how you
> can tell the difference:
> http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/MA111.asp
>
> Christoph
>
>
> On 2/24/06, J Coohou <coohou@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Guys,
>
> I read the Hardware Compatibility List, but I did not find any USB
> devices can work with 10.2.8 except DWL-122? I am wondering if anyone
> have any other suggestions.
>
> Thank you.
> JL
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