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* Introduction [1]
* Airport = WifiWife, Fifi, Wini = 802.11 [2]

* Tech Tips [3]

* Unsolved Problems [4]
* Solved Problems [5]

* Links [6]

* Software, Firmware, Drivers [7]
* Advice and HowtosHoots, Hots, Hort's, Hoyt's, Hoot's, Hits, Hoods, Howdies, Hts, Hows, Hats, Hods, Huts, Kowtows, Photos, Hooters, Hosts, Hoodoos, How's, Howdahs, Hobos, Homos, Howls, Harts, Hat's, Hates, Heats, Hod's, Hurts, Hut's, Holt's, Host's, Howe's, Howl's, Nowt's, Hart's, Hood's, Heat's, Hts's, Photo's, Hoodoo's, Otto's, Soto's, Toto's, Hobo's, Homo's, Horton's, Hutu's, Hooter's, Howdah's [8]
* Operating Systems [9]
* Hardware [10]
* Scanning Tools [11]
* Title search for local apple pages [12]

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INTRODUCTION

This is a guide page for the use of Apple gear in a WiFiWife, Fifi, Wini [13]
environment, including cross-platform issues in connecting with
WindozeWin doze, Win-doze, Windows, Windsor, Window, Winds, Window's, Wind's, Windex, Winders, Windier, Windrow, Windy's, Winder, Winded, Wind, Wandie, Wendie, Windy, Wince, Winos, Windsors, Windrows, Windsock, Wands, Wends, Widows, Winder's, Wino's, Wand's, Wandie's, Wendie's, Windsor's, Windrow's, Widow's and *nix machines. It is intended as a place for all users in
Melbourne Wireless to add tips, hints, links and questions. Shared
resource, please use with care.

Open to all members using, intending to use, connecting to, or
curious about:

* Apple Macintosh laptops, desktops, servers and clones
* Apple-branded ("Airport" or "Airport Extreme") 802.11 or WiFiWife, Fifi, Wini [14]
hardware
* Macintosh operating systems, Classic and OS X
* Linux and Unix on Mac hardware
* Windows emulation on Mac hardware
* Newton and Apple eMateemote, EMT, Emmet, mate, emit, elate, Amata, Amati, amt, meat, mete, Mateo, eater, emitter, mater, matey, matte, Ema, Emmit, Meade, ate, eat, emanate, emirate, emulate, mat, meaty, Emmett, emoted, emotes, amateur, Mata, Matt, made, mite, mote, mute, inmate

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AIRPORT = WIFIWIFE, FIFI, WINI = 802.11

First question most newcomers have is whether or not their Apple
Airport gear will connect to an 802.11b/WiFI network. As mentioned in
the FAQ, the short answer is yes.

Airport is simply Apple's brand name for their wireless equipment and
software, much as ProximProximal, Proxies, Proxy, Prism, Proclaim, Paroxysm, Peroxide, Proximate, Proximity, Program, Proxy's market their wireless wares under the Skyline
brand. The data format and radio specs of the equipment is identical
to other standards-compliant 802.11 products, and provided you have
all your control panel settings sorted, you should experience no more
complication connecting to a WiFiWife, Fifi, Wini [15] network than any other kind of
cross-platform network

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TECH TIPS

* What's the absolute minimum [16] requirement for wireless access on
a Mac?
* The newest drivers from Orinoco (see below) and Apple [17] will
automatically upgrade your card to 128 bit WEP, turning your
Orinoco/Enterasys/Avaya/Cabletron Silver into Gold
* Another research paper topics [18] about upgrading an Orinoco
Silver Card to Gold
* WEPWEEP, WEPT, WP, WE, WOP, WEI, WEE, REP, WEB, WED, WES, HEP, PEP, WEN, WET, YEP, WE'D keys entered into a powerpointPowerPoint, power point, power-point, PowerPoint's presentation [19] the Airport
control panel need a $ sign at the start to signify a hexadecimal
number.
* This article [20] describes a security flaw with OS X which
affects wired and wireless networks.
* Yes you can repair a dead first-generation "Graphite" Airport Base
Station: details below under Advice and HowtosHoots, Hots, Hort's, Hoyt's, Hoot's, Hits, Hoods, Howdies, Hts, Hows, Hats, Hods, Huts, Kowtows, Photos, Hooters, Hosts, Hoodoos, How's, Howdahs, Hobos, Homos, Howls, Harts, Hat's, Hates, Heats, Hod's, Hurts, Hut's, Holt's, Host's, Howe's, Howl's, Nowt's, Hart's, Hood's, Heat's, Hts's, Photo's, Hoodoo's, Otto's, Soto's, Toto's, Hobo's, Homo's, Horton's, Hutu's, Hooter's, Howdah's
* Some third-party cards can't connect to an Extreme Base Station in
"Compatibilty" (.11b and g) mode: Apple Tech Note [21]. The workaround
is to drop back to .11b mode, and/or update firmware at both ends.

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UNSOLVED PROBLEMS

Put in a brief desriptiondescription, disruption, desorption, decryption of your problem here, and maybe someone
will come along and solve it for you.

I can't get the PCMCIA/PCI adaptors that were on the TIBTUB, TB, RIB, TIN, TI, TAB, TIE, BIB, GIB, LIB, SIB, TIM, FIB, JIB, NIB, TIC, TIL, TIP, TIT, TIA, TI'S a few months
ago to work. They were the ones that had the RicohRic oh, Ric-oh, Rico, Ric, Rich, Rica, Rick, Ricca, Ricki, Ricky, Rigor, Rocco, Rog, Rig, Roch, Rickie, RC, Reich, Richy, Rici, Rock, Reiko, Riki, Rio, Rook, Ruck, Rico's, RCA, Rik, Rec, Rickey, Rigour, Nico, Rice, Rios, Riot, Riga, Rack, Ric's, Recon, Ricks, Rica's, Rick's chipset. I cannot
find a driver for it anywhere essay writing service [22]. I've tried
it in a 7500/8500 and a G3. No luck under OSXOS, OX, OS'S, OX'S or OS9. Anyone else
tried this? - RyanMRyann, Ryan, Ryan's, Ryon, Ryun, Ryann's, Ryon's, Ryun's [23]

Anyone had any luck getting LucentLu cent, Lu-cent, Lucien, Lent, Cent, Laurent, Lucinda, Scent, Linet, Lucine, Lucina, Ascent, Decent, Docent, Lament, Latent, Recent, Linnet, Lynnet, Lento, Lint, Lucienne, Lucien's, Lancet, Lucita, Lucite, Melicent, Milicent, Lend, Lest, Lust, Placenta, Sent, Lucine's cards (AirPort) to connect to
Intel Pro/8211 AP's? I've had no success - regardless of the model of
card or version of driver, they simply refuse to see the AP (slight
variance: KisMacCosmic, Sumac, Kismet, Smack, USMC, Bismarck, Bismark, Seismic, Karmic, Gasman, Kiosk, Smock [24] on a 466 iBookbook, Bioko, Ibo, Bork, bock, Biko, rebook, Ibo's, aback, oik, Birk, Bk, Booker, OK, biog, bk, bookie, oboe, bijou, bog, irk, oak with AirPortAirport, Air Port, Air-Port, Airports, Airport's, Carport, Apart, Import [25] will see the
AP, but the AirPortAirport, Air Port, Air-Port, Airports, Airport's, Carport, Apart, Import [26] software on the same 'Book will not). Keith
[27]

I've just installed the Orinoco drivers (7.2) for a Dell TruMobileTrumbull, Tremble, Rumble, Tumble, Crumble, Grumble, Trouble, Tumbler, Crumblier, Trembled, Trembles, Ramble, Treble
[28] card and got an old PowerbookPower book, Power-book, Powerboat, Passbook, Playbook, Paperback, Paperbark 1400c (133 MHz) working with the
card - rather slow, but works OK and even does the encryption. The
machine has Mac OS 8.6. Now I want to repeat the exercise, but this
time with a 166 MHz 1400c running Mac OS 8.0. I can do an upgrade to
8.1 or to 9.0/9.1, but I'd prefer to just leave the machine as it is.
I believe the 7.2 Orinoco drivers won't work with Mac OS 8.0, but that
some of the earlier (6.0?) drivers might do the trick. I can't locate
any web site which currently has the drivers. Having said that - it
looks as though there were compatibility problems with the 1400
anyway, using the older drivers - see the Solved Problems below, so I
may have to upgrade to 9.x anyway. Does anyone know if earlier drivers
are available, and what the compatibility problems were?
dave2002 [29]

* 8.0 was a slow, buggy dog of an OS - I would highly recommend
upgrading to 8.1 at least. As you note, 8.6 will let you use the 7.2
drivers, but if your 1400 has 32 megs of RAM or less stick with 8.1 if
possible. I wouldn't recommend 9.1 unless you have the full 64 megs of
RAM and can strip down the extensions set for a minimal boot OS. 9.1
is the last version that will run on the 1400, 9.0 again is too buggy
to bother with. Both of the x.1 updates are free downloads from the
older software page at Apple (links below) ClaeCale, Clea, Claw, Clare, Clay, Cloe, Clue, Clad, Clam, Clan, Clap [30]

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SOLVED PROBLEMS

Some of the links for Orinoco drivers work now.

Orinoco (now Avaya) has released new Mac drivers for their client
cards, which resolve the compatibility problem with older laptops such
as the 1400. Download version 7.2 via FTP [31] or HTTP [32]. Thanks to
Jamie LovickLock, Lick, Lovesick, Logic, Loving, Locke, Look, Luck, Flick, Lvi, Flock, Levi, Lodovico, Loki, Love, Ludovico, Lack, Loco, Lvii, Slavic, Slovak of SydneywirelessSydney wireless, Sydney-wireless, Stoneware's, Stoneless, Stonewalls, Stonework's, Cinderellas, Stainless, Stoneware, Stemware's, Sidewalls, Spandrels, Cinderella's, Sidewall's, Dinnerware's, Stanislas's for the second link.

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LINKS

SOFTWARE, FIRMWARE, DRIVERS

* Apple Updates [33]
* Airport Admin Tool [34] for Windows
* Point of Sale Software [35]
* FTP directory [36] for Orinoco/Lucent/Agere/Avaya/Cabletron etc
etc etc. Includes Win/DOS, Linux and documentation.

* Current Mac drivers [37]
* Older drivers [38] - may be useful for older PowerbooksPower books, Power-books, Powerboats, Powerboat's, Passbooks, Playbooks, Paperbacks, Paperbarks, Passbook's, Playbook's, Paperback's, Paperbark's

* pool filters [39]
* There's also a link for drivers for System 7 at System 7 Today
[40] under Software Index -> Hardware drivers
* AirportLinuxAirport Linux, Airport-Linux, Portliness, Airplanes, Appertains, Interlinks, Airplane's, Portland's, Outlines, Hotlinks, Interlink, Outline's, Portliness's [41] - run Linux on your ABS or LucentLu cent, Lu-cent, Lucien, Lent, Cent, Laurent, Lucinda, Scent, Linet, Lucine, Lucina, Ascent, Decent, Docent, Lament, Latent, Recent, Linnet, Lynnet, Lento, Lint, Lucienne, Lucien's, Lancet, Lucita, Lucite, Melicent, Milicent, Lend, Lest, Lust, Placenta, Sent, Lucine's RG1000, a
router minidistroministry, monodist, monodists, industry, mindset, mindsets, mintiest, minutest designed for Seattle Wireless
* WirelessdriverWireless driver, Wireless-driver [42], an open source driver for MacOSMac OS, Mac-OS, Marcos, Macs, Mac's, Macks, Macao's, Marco's, Macons, Macros, Mack's, Marc's, Marcus, Markos, McCoys, Macaws, Majors, Mucosa, Mucous, Mags, Mics, Maces, Machs, Macon, Tacos, MEGOs, Mag's, Magus, Marks, Mic's, Makes, Micks, Mocks, Mucks, Mucus, Macro's, Myca's, Mica's, Magi's, Magoo's, Mao's, Margo's, Macon's, Mace's, Mach's, Macy's, Major's, Mano's, Mayo's, McCoy's, Paco's, Waco's, Macaw's, Taco's, Maje's, Marj's, Mark's, Mick's, Muck's [43] X and
Darwin This works with an EnterasysEntreats, Entreaty's, Entrusts, Entraps, Interests, Entrails, Entry's, Entryways, Enteritis, Entrees, Entreaties, Enterprises, Interest's, Enuresis, Entrances, Entropy's, Entries, Enteritis's, Entirety's, Entryway's, Enterprise's, Inveteracy's, Entrance's or AvayaAva ya, Ava-ya, Avatar, Ava, Ava's, Anya, Avila, Aviva, Avail, Aviary, Arvy, Ayah, AV, Av, Av's, Avery, Aves, Avis, Avian, Ovary, Ave, Eva, Evy, Iva, Ivy, Aye, Ova, Avg, Ave's, Avivah, Eva's, Evania, Iva's, Aliyah, Ova's, Arvy's, Avie, Evey, Faye, Ivar, Afar, Aver, Avow, Amye, Avon, Evan, Evvy, Evyn, Ivan, Avid, Oval, Avior, Evy's, Ivy's Gold under Panther. I
needed to install twice to get the client working as suggested in the
wirelessdriverwireless driver, wireless-driver forum (exidyboy)
* IOXpertsExperts, Expert's, Inexperts, Exports, Expertise, Exerts, Expert, Export's, Expats, Expects, Oxcarts, Oxcart's sell a Prism-2/Lucent chip set driver [44] for 2400,
3400, G3 and G4 Powerbooks. MacWorldMac World, Mac-World, World, MacDonald, McLeod, Majorly, Majored, Mawed, Scold, Maxwell, Cold, Matchwood, Mold, Wold, Garold, Could, Mould, Would, Marigold, McDonald, Backward, Mackerel, MacBride, Manifold, Garwood, Gaylord, Keyword, Mallard, Warlord, Dagwood, Cuckold, Ragwort [45] says "... easy to install
and use ... performs acceptably and stably.... no KeychainKey chain, Key-chain, Chain, Kuchen, Kitchen, Cochin, Kvetching, Etching, Leching, Ketch, Sketching, Kevan, Kevin, Keying, Cain, Chan, Chin, Kain, Fetching, Leaching, Leeching, Retching, Khan, Keynesian, Catching, Couching, Kochab, Echoing, Keyring, Urchin, Ch'in, Caching, Beaching, Kerchief, Ketch's, Perching, Reaching, Teaching, Keisha, Coaching, Keenan, Kennan, Kerrin, Kerwin support or
ability to save configuration settings for multiple networks."
* Houston Doctors [46]
* Where can I sell a diamond ring [47]
* OS X driver for AtherosArther's, Aether's, Others, Athens, Authoress, Authors, Ether's, Authorise, Throes, Throws, Athene's, Eros, Threes, Atreus, Theresa, Therese, There's, Ethos, Afros, Gatherers, Arthur's, Author's, Athena's, Athens's, Ethe's, Three's, Theory's, Arturo's, Artery's, Throe's, Otho's, Afro's, Jethro's, Eatery's, Gatherer's chipsetchip set, chip-set, chirpiest, cheapest, chips, chicest, choppiest, chipped, hippest, chaplet, chest, hipster, Chip's, chip's, chirps, chops, Christ, chiefest, chillest, choicest, chaste, sharpest, shiest, ripest, chirped, chaps, ships, ship's cards driver [48] by OrangeWareOrange Ware, Orange-Ware, Orangery, Orangeade, Ironware, Orangeades, Orangeries, Nagware, Oranges, Orange, Orange's, Orangeade's, Ovenware, Orangery's
[49] - $US15 or free with any 3Com card
* Multi-card Newton driver [50] $US10 shareware

ADVICE AND HOWTOSHOOTS, HOTS, HORT'S, HOYT'S, HOOT'S, HITS, HOODS, HOWDIES, HTS, HOWS, HATS, HODS, HUTS, KOWTOWS, PHOTOS, HOOTERS, HOSTS, HOODOOS, HOW'S, HOWDAHS, HOBOS, HOMOS, HOWLS, HARTS, HAT'S, HATES, HEATS, HOD'S, HURTS, HUT'S, HOLT'S, HOST'S, HOWE'S, HOWL'S, NOWT'S, HART'S, HOOD'S, HEAT'S, HTS'S, PHOTO'S, HOODOO'S, OTTO'S, SOTO'S, TOTO'S, HOBO'S, HOMO'S, HORTON'S, HUTU'S, HOOTER'S, HOWDAH'S

* A definitive list [51] of wireless hardware and MacOSMac OS, Mac-OS, Marcos, Macs, Mac's, Macks, Macao's, Marco's, Macons, Macros, Mack's, Marc's, Marcus, Markos, McCoys, Macaws, Majors, Mucosa, Mucous, Mags, Mics, Maces, Machs, Macon, Tacos, MEGOs, Mag's, Magus, Marks, Mic's, Makes, Micks, Mocks, Mucks, Mucus, Macro's, Myca's, Mica's, Magi's, Magoo's, Mao's, Margo's, Macon's, Mace's, Mach's, Macy's, Major's, Mano's, Mayo's, McCoy's, Paco's, Waco's, Macaw's, Taco's, Maje's, Marj's, Mark's, Mick's, Muck's [52]/driver
compatibility. NB the oldest OS mentioned is 8.6, but as see elsewhere
on this page, some cards can be used with versions of System 7.
* Macwireless.com have a brief but handy FAQ [53] including basic
wireless networking information and a card/Mac model compatibility
guide
* Secure wireless email [54] - an article
* IBM DeveloperWorksDeveloper Works, Developer-Works, Developers, Developer's, Develops, Deflowers, Fieldwork's, Teleworkers [55] Article on ABS and AX, setup, iTunestunes, attunes, atones, tines, tune's, tuners, tynes, Ines, tuns, intones, Tunis, dunes, tones, tunas, stuns, Tine's, tine's, Tyne's, etudes, iodine's, stones, tuner's, tyne's, Etan's, Eton's, Irene's, Stine's, dune's, tone's, tuna's, Etna's, Daune's, Ilene's, Stone's, etude's, stone's etc
* Lots of links [56] to 802.11g cards that work in OS X
* Brilliant article [57] on getting older PowerbooksPower books, Power-books, Powerboats, Powerboat's, Passbooks, Playbooks, Paperbacks, Paperbarks, Passbook's, Playbook's, Paperback's, Paperbark's working with
wireless
* Add a pigtail [58] to internal Airport cards on TiBooksTi Books, Ti-Books, Books, Taboos, Tiebacks, Book's, Tobago's, Tieback's, Bocks, Ticks, Tibia's, Bioko's, Tabors, Datebooks, Notebooks, Toiboid's, Tabor's, Tiber's, Tibet's, Bork's, Tick's, Tiebout's, Notebook's [59] -
might work for some other 'Books
* This guy [60] added an external antenna from a clamshellclam shell, clam-shell, clams hell, clams-hell, claimable, clammily, clumsily, calmly, Carmichael, glumly iBookbook, Bioko, Ibo, Bork, bock, Biko, rebook, Ibo's, aback, oik, Birk, Bk, Booker, OK, biog, bk, bookie, oboe, bijou, bog, irk, oak to
his TiBookTi Book, Ti-Book, Book, Took, Rebook, Taboo, Tieback, Bioko, Taboos, Tobago, Tibia, Bork, Bock, Tick, Tabor, Tiber, Datebook, Notebook, Betook [61] - it's ugly, but it improves the range.
* Extreme Wireless for Older Macs [62] discusses third-party 802.11g
solutions, compares with Airport Extreme. Includes links to
manufacturers.
* Positive user reports [63] on expensive CiscoDisco, Crisco, Cuzco, Rosco, Fiasco, Wisc, Disc, Misc, Sicko, Circe, Cissy, Circa, Isacco, Soc, Sic, Scow, Xis, Isac, Civic, Sics, Moscow, Roscoe, SC, Sc, Sick, Cicero, Scissor, Sis, NSC, Assoc, Circus, Biscay, Cesaro, Miscue, Cece, Ceca, Fisk, Isak, Sacco, Cask, Cyst, Disk, Masc, Risk, Xi's, Zinc, Sask, Cesar, Sissy, Cigar, Ciggy, Sc's, Cy's, Si's, Cissy's, Circe's wireless hardware
[64] with solid OSXOS, OX, OS'S, OX'S and OS9 support
* How to [65] get unsupported USBSUB, USN, SB, US, USA, USO, USS, USE, USU, USP wireless adapters to work in OS X
* Cross-Platform Wireless Networking [66] includes a fix for
WEP+Orinoco+OS9 problem
* Airport Base Stations

* General advice [67] including differences between models [68]
comparison to other gear, configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey tools for Win/*nix/Java, configcon fig, con-fig, Cong, confide, confine, confirm, conic, Congo, confer, confab, conga, conform, confuse, confute, converge, convoke, configure, conifer, Kong, conj, conk, gong, confider, concur, conger, connive, convict, convoy, confers, confess, conker, convex, convey
guides [69], cooling hacks [70], PoEPoe, POW, Pie, Pow, Ope, PE, PO, Po, Pole, Pope, Poem, Poet, Poke, Pone, Pore, Pose, OE, Pee, Poi, Poo, BPOE, Pol, Pod, Pom, Pop, Pot, DOE, Doe, EOE, Joe, Moe, Noe, Zoe, Foe, Hoe, Roe, Toe, Voe, Woe, Pox, Poe's, Po's [71], external antennas [72] and
DIYDOY, DI, DY, DAY, DIR, DIE, DIS, DID, DIG, DIM, DIN, DIP, DIV, DRY, DIX, DI'S repairs [73]
* DIYDOY, DI, DY, DAY, DIR, DIE, DIS, DID, DIG, DIM, DIN, DIP, DIV, DRY, DIX, DI'S Repair kits [74] - $US 6.50 +postage
* 5V DC power supply [75] retrofit - down the page a bit
* Internal ISDNISBN, USN, USDA, ASSN, ESPN, ISN'T modem [76]
* Open Node In A Bag [77] mod guide to add a case-mounted antenna
(omni, sector or cantenna) to an original APBSAP BS, AP-BS, ABS, APB, PBS, APES, APPS, ALBS, AB'S, PB'S, APE'S, APR'S, ALB'S for use as an Open Node

* Wireless hacks for G4 PowerbooksPower books, Power-books, Powerboats, Powerboat's, Passbooks, Playbooks, Paperbacks, Paperbarks, Passbook's, Playbook's, Paperback's, Paperbark's [78] A SlashdotSlash dot, Slash-dot, Slashed, Sloshed, Slated, Slushiest, Salted, Slatted, Slided, Slanted column
* How to [79] add Wavelan/Airport/Cabletron/Enterasys PCMCIAPARAMECIA, PECKISH, PUCKISH, PYGMIES, PAJAMA, PYJAMA, CAMACHO, PYGMY, PIGGISH, PIGMY'S, PYGMY'S, POCKMARK, PARKMAN, PAJAMAS, PYJAMAS, PAJAMA'S, PYJAMA'S support
to Linux/PPC
* More LinuxPPCLinux, Linuxes, Linkup, Linkups, Lynx [80] wireless info here [81] and here [82].
* Yes, you can use your Newton! Newton Wireless LAN FAQ [83]
* Various Apple wireless projects here [84], including adding
Airport 1.2 to MacOSMac OS, Mac-OS, Marcos, Macs, Mac's, Macks, Macao's, Marco's, Macons, Macros, Mack's, Marc's, Marcus, Markos, McCoys, Macaws, Majors, Mucosa, Mucous, Mags, Mics, Maces, Machs, Macon, Tacos, MEGOs, Mag's, Magus, Marks, Mic's, Makes, Micks, Mocks, Mucks, Mucus, Macro's, Myca's, Mica's, Magi's, Magoo's, Mao's, Margo's, Macon's, Mace's, Mach's, Macy's, Major's, Mano's, Mayo's, McCoy's, Paco's, Waco's, Macaw's, Taco's, Maje's, Marj's, Mark's, Mick's, Muck's [85] 8.6
* Gamba\'s Homepage [86] - lots of useful info and downloads for
older Macs, home of the Low-End Mac FAQ [87], info on repair and
dismantling, upgrading

OPERATING SYSTEMS

* Git yer older Mac System Software and boot disks from GambaGambia, Gama, Gamma, Mamba, Samba, Gumbo, Gambian, Gamay, MBA, Gab, Gamble, Gambit, Gambol, Jambs, Zambia, Gammas, Gabe, Gabi, Gaby, Kama, Camber, Game, Gamy, Garb, Jamb, Amby, Gabbi, Gabby, Gamow, Garbo, Kaaba, Gamer, Gammy, Gambia's, Jamb's, Gama's, Gamma's [88] or
from Apple [89]
* LinuxPPCLinux, Linuxes, Linkup, Linkups, Lynx [90]
* Train Tours [91]
* YellowDogYellow Dog, Yellow-Dog, Yelled, Bulldog, Melodic, Yearlong, Yielding, Yolked, Yielded, Ladoga, Bldg, Yowled Linux [92] - a RedHatRed Hat, Red-Hat, Redhead, Reheat, Redact, Redcoat, Redheads, Reedit, Hardhat, Radiate, Readout, Redid, Redhead's [93]-like PPCPCP, PC, PP, PAC, PIC, PFC, PRC, PVC, UPC, PPS, PPM, PPR port with a
better(?) package manager, one of the most popular and better
supported distrosdestroys, distress, bistros, distorts, distrust, bistro's, disturbs, destroy, Castro's
* Supported machines [94] for SuSESues, Susie, Souse, Duse, SSE, Sue, Use, SASE, Susi, Susy, Suss, Muse, Fuse, Ruse, Sure, Sue's [95] Linux - nbNB, Nb, NBA, Neb, nab, nib, nob, nub, BB, NBC, NBS, MB, Mb, NV, B, N, b, n, NE, NW, NY, Na, Ne, Ni, No, Yb, no, nu, AB, Ab, CB, Cb, Eb, GB, KB, Kb, NC, ND, NF, NH, NJ, NM, NP, NR, NS, NT, NZ, Nd, Np, OB SuSESues, Susie, Souse, Duse, SSE, Sue, Use, SASE, Susi, Susy, Suss, Muse, Fuse, Ruse, Sure, Sue's [96] PPCPCP, PC, PP, PAC, PIC, PFC, PRC, PVC, UPC, PPS, PPM, PPR
doesn't seem to be available anymore
* OpenBSDOpen BSD, Open-BSD, Openest, Opens, Opened, Opencast, Openness, Upends, Openers, Upend, Opined, Opines, Opener's [97]

* for G3/G4 [98]
* or 68k [99]

* Mac Linux links [100]
* Mac Unix [101] - list of distrosdestroys, distress, bistros, distorts, distrust, bistro's, disturbs, destroy, Castro's and basic descriptions
* Apple Flavoured Unix [102] - ditto
* Search for all known Linux distrosdestroys, distress, bistros, distorts, distrust, bistro's, disturbs, destroy, Castro's on any platform here [103]

HARDWARE

* Apple Airport [104] official site
* Airport Express [105] nifty small 802.11g base station with audio
streaming, speaker out, USBSUB, USN, SB, US, USA, USO, USS, USE, USU, USP printer and broadband modem server
* A Buyer\'s Guide [106] to some compatible third party hardware and
antennae
* MacAnywhereMac Anywhere, Mac-Anywhere, Anywhere, Nowhere, Manure, Meanwhile, McIntyre, Cohere, Malingerer, Inhere, Machinery, McNamara, Cannery, Manhole, Manoeuvre, Manicure, Mannheim, Magnifier [107] sell mostly antennas & range extenders for Base
Stations, PowerbooksPower books, Power-books, Powerboats, Powerboat's, Passbooks, Playbooks, Paperbacks, Paperbarks, Passbook's, Playbook's, Paperback's, Paperbark's and desktops
* Dominion: An Aussie retailer of Orinoco and ProximProximal, Proxies, Proxy, Prism, Proclaim, Paroxysm, Peroxide, Proximate, Proximity, Program, Proxy's gear [108]
* Lots of Mac-compatible WiFiWife, Fifi, Wini [109] gear is available from OWCWC, OW, OTC, OWE, OWL, OWN [110]
in the USA
* Michigan Trial Lawyers [111]
* We Love Macs [112] also sell

wireless hardware [113]

* medical machining [114]
* ProximProximal, Proxies, Proxy, Prism, Proclaim, Paroxysm, Peroxide, Proximate, Proximity, Program, Proxy's Skyline PCIPIC, CPI, CI, PI, PC, PSI, PCS, PEI, POI, SCI, MCI, XCI, PCB, PCP, PCT, PHI carriers [115] and Carrier/Card bundles [116]
for Mac

* Note the bundle will not work with some G3s. See here [117] for
details
* All [118] ProximProximal, Proxies, Proxy, Prism, Proclaim, Paroxysm, Peroxide, Proximate, Proximity, Program, Proxy's gear for Mac

* MacWirelessMac Wireless, Mac-Wireless, Wireless, Mackerels, Careless, Scoreless, Mackerel's, Mariele's, Measureless, Wireless's [119] make a range of wireless products for Macintosh
funnily enough. hid kit [120]

* Note their PCIPIC, CPI, CI, PI, PC, PSI, PCS, PEI, POI, SCI, MCI, XCI, PCB, PCP, PCT, PHI .11b card has the same restrictions as the Proxim,
although they do also sell a USBSUB, USN, SB, US, USA, USO, USS, USE, USU, USP or an Ethernet solution for these and
older models.

* This user [121] claims he has been able to use a BelkinBel kin, Bel-kin, Belgian, Balking, Bilking, Bulking, Welkin, Balkan, Bellina, Bellini, Belling, Berlin, Baulking, Beckon, Belting, Belying, Begin, Bulging F5D6000
PCI-PCMCIA adapter with a LucentLu cent, Lu-cent, Lucien, Lent, Cent, Laurent, Lucinda, Scent, Linet, Lucine, Lucina, Ascent, Decent, Docent, Lament, Latent, Recent, Linnet, Lynnet, Lento, Lint, Lucienne, Lucien's, Lancet, Lucita, Lucite, Melicent, Milicent, Lend, Lest, Lust, Placenta, Sent, Lucine's Silver and IOXpertsExperts, Expert's, Inexperts, Exports, Expertise, Exerts, Expert, Export's, Expats, Expects, Oxcarts, Oxcart's drivers. BelkinBel kin, Bel-kin, Belgian, Balking, Bilking, Bulking, Welkin, Balkan, Bellina, Bellini, Belling, Berlin, Baulking, Beckon, Belting, Belying, Begin, Bulging
generally seem to support Macs better than most network hardware
vendors.
* Expensive CiscoDisco, Crisco, Cuzco, Rosco, Fiasco, Wisc, Disc, Misc, Sicko, Circe, Cissy, Circa, Isacco, Soc, Sic, Scow, Xis, Isac, Civic, Sics, Moscow, Roscoe, SC, Sc, Sick, Cicero, Scissor, Sis, NSC, Assoc, Circus, Biscay, Cesaro, Miscue, Cece, Ceca, Fisk, Isak, Sacco, Cask, Cyst, Disk, Masc, Risk, Xi's, Zinc, Sask, Cesar, Sissy, Cigar, Ciggy, Sc's, Cy's, Si's, Cissy's, Circe's wireless hardware [122] with solid OSXOS, OX, OS'S, OX'S and OS9
support
* EngeniusEn genius, En-genius, Ingenious, Eugenius, Ingenuous, Engines, Ingenues, Engine's, Endogenous, Onegin's, Engineers, Enjoins, Eugenius's, Eugenia's, Eugenie's, Eugenio's, Eugen's, Angina's, Engineer's [123] make wireless gear with Mac drivers, including
PCMCIAPARAMECIA, PECKISH, PUCKISH, PYGMIES, PAJAMA, PYJAMA, CAMACHO, PYGMY, PIGGISH, PIGMY'S, PYGMY'S, POCKMARK, PARKMAN, PAJAMAS, PYJAMAS, PAJAMA'S, PYJAMA'S cards with dual antenna connectors and 200mW output BTW this is
a SenaoSena, Sean, Seana, Senna, Senor, Sen, Senior, Sinai, Sana, Xena, Zena, Zeno, Sonar, Sienna, San, Sendai, Senator, Sensor, Snow, Sonia, Xenia, Zenia, Seen, Sewn, Sens, Snap, Steno, SEATO, Shena, Sn, Sane, San'a, Seine, Snead, Sauna, Scene, Sea, Sneak, Genoa, Sena's, Senate, Son, Sun, Zen, Sin, Sneer, Syn, Sear, Send, Sent, Snag, Seana's, Senna's, Sean's (exidyboy)
* Power Over Ethernet [124] MacWirelessMac Wireless, Mac-Wireless, Wireless, Mackerels, Careless, Scoreless, Mackerel's, Mariele's, Measureless, Wireless's [125] Power Over Ethernet

SCANNING TOOLS

* KisMACCosmic, Sumac, Kismet, Smack, USMC, Bismarck, Bismark, Seismic, Karmic, Gasman, Kiosk, Smock [126] is the first stumbler application for MacOSMac OS, Mac-OS, Marcos, Macs, Mac's, Macks, Macao's, Marco's, Macons, Macros, Mack's, Marc's, Marcus, Markos, McCoys, Macaws, Majors, Mucosa, Mucous, Mags, Mics, Maces, Machs, Macon, Tacos, MEGOs, Mag's, Magus, Marks, Mic's, Makes, Micks, Mocks, Mucks, Mucus, Macro's, Myca's, Mica's, Magi's, Magoo's, Mao's, Margo's, Macon's, Mace's, Mach's, Macy's, Major's, Mano's, Mayo's, McCoy's, Paco's, Waco's, Macaw's, Taco's, Maje's, Marj's, Mark's, Mick's, Muck's [127] X
that puts your card into the monitor mode. This is the best stumberst umber, st-umber, stumbler, slumber, dumber, stumble, timber, stubbier, stumpier, somber, stabber, stammer, stamper on
any operating system. Subscribe to the mailing list for links to
latest builds. (exidyboy)
* iStumblerstumbler, stumble, estimable, assembler, assumable, assemble [128] is a utility for finding local wireless networks
and services. iStumblerstumbler, stumble, estimable, assembler, assumable, assemble combines a compact Aqua UIII, I, U, UPI, URI, UZI, UNI, AI, UR, OI, UH, DUI, GUI, HUI, SUI, UK, UL, UN, US, UT, UV, UM, UP, BI, CI, DI, GI, HI, KI, LI, MI, NI, RI, SI, TI, VI, WI, PI with advanced
wireless scanning and reporting. For OS X
* ClassicStumblerClassic Stumbler, Classic-Stumbler [129] works in OS 8 and 9 with Airport drivers.
* AP Scanner [130] 1.0 has just been released. Inspired by a random
comment it is now available for the world at large. OS9 only.
* How to sell a diamond engagement ring [131]
* MacStumblerMac Stumbler, Mac-Stumbler, Stumbler, Stumble, Estimable, Metastable, Inestimable, Marketable, Mistakable, Monostable, Maximal, Mixable, Comestible [132] a wireless scanning tool for Apple Airport under
OS X - Works wonders for finding Melbourne Wireless members when
spinning the Galaxy.
* dstumblerstumbler, stumble, dissembler, estimable, dissemble [133] is a wardriving/netstumbling/lanjacking utility
for BSD operating systems that attempts to provide features similar to
NetStumblerNet Stumbler, Net-Stumbler, Stumbler, Stumble, Nestable, Estimable, Inestimable, Testable, Untestable [134] in a fast and easy to use curses based application.
It is part of the BSD-AirTools package released by Dachb0den Labs,
which provides a complete BSD based tool set for 802.11b penetration
testing. Almost OSXOS, OX, OS'S, OX'S ready. roof paint [135]
* Essay [136]
* Essay writing [137]
* Dissertation writing [138]
* Dissertation proposal [139]
* Thesis Writing [140]
* Dissertation Writing [141]
* Essay Writing [142]
* Term Paper Writing [143]
* Research Paper Writing [144]

No, you can't really hack this from a googlego ogle, go-ogle, goggle, googly, Gogol, giggle, gaggle, gargle, gurgle, joggle, googlies, Gogol's link.

TITLE SEARCH FOR LOCAL APPLE PAGES

* AppleAirportApple Airport, Apple-Airport, Applecart, Applet, Applicator, Applauder, Alpert, Appellant, Applaud [145]
* AppleMacMinimumSpecs [146]
* AppleTalkApple Talk, Apple-Talk, Applejack, Applets, Applet, Appleton, Apolitical, Palatal, Appealed, Palatals, Appellate, Applaud, Appleton's [147]

* AirPortAirport, Air Port, Air-Port, Airports, Airport's, Carport, Apart, Import [148]
* AirPortCardPortaged, Applecart, Appertained, Apricot, Attacked, Opted, Altercate, Upstaged, Intact, Optical, Aptest, Appetite, Anticked, Aptitude, Applicator, Epitaxy, Updated, Architect, Edgard, Uppercut, Uptake, Apatite, Paddocked, Updater, Abductor, Inductor [149]
* AirPortExtremeExtreme, Extremer, Extrema [150]
* AirportLinuxAirport Linux, Airport-Linux, Portliness, Airplanes, Appertains, Interlinks, Airplane's, Portland's, Outlines, Hotlinks, Interlink, Outline's, Portliness's [151]
* AppleAirportApple Airport, Apple-Airport, Applecart, Applet, Applicator, Applauder, Alpert, Appellant, Applaud [152]

* AppleMacMinimumSpecs [153]
* CameronMcCormack [154]
* KisMacCosmic, Sumac, Kismet, Smack, USMC, Bismarck, Bismark, Seismic, Karmic, Gasman, Kiosk, Smock [155]
* MAC [156]
* MacOSMac OS, Mac-OS, Marcos, Macs, Mac's, Macks, Macao's, Marco's, Macons, Macros, Mack's, Marc's, Marcus, Markos, McCoys, Macaws, Majors, Mucosa, Mucous, Mags, Mics, Maces, Machs, Macon, Tacos, MEGOs, Mag's, Magus, Marks, Mic's, Makes, Micks, Mocks, Mucks, Mucus, Macro's, Myca's, Mica's, Magi's, Magoo's, Mao's, Margo's, Macon's, Mace's, Mach's, Macy's, Major's, Mano's, Mayo's, McCoy's, Paco's, Waco's, Macaw's, Taco's, Maje's, Marj's, Mark's, Mick's, Muck's [157]
* MacOSXMaxis, Max's, Maxes, Magics, Maxi's, Masks, Marx's, Maxy's, Muskox, Mexico's, Magog's, Mucosa's, Magic's, Mask's, Maxie's, Moscow's, Maximo's, Marcuse's, Texaco's, Cuzco's [158]
* MacStumblerMac Stumbler, Mac-Stumbler, Stumbler, Stumble, Estimable, Metastable, Inestimable, Marketable, Mistakable, Monostable, Maximal, Mixable, Comestible [159]
* ProximMacProblem [160]
* QMAConnectorConnector, Connect, Disconnect, Reconnect, Magneto, Semiconductor, Compactor [161]
* RGSMAConnectorCosmogonist, Reexamined, Excommunicate [162]
* RPSMAConnector [163]
* RTSMAConnectorDisconnect [164]
* ShroudedSMAConnector [165]
* SMAConnectorConnector, Semiconductor, Disconnect, Connect, Semiconductors, Reconnect, Magneto, Semiconductor's [166]

CategoryHowToCategory, Categorised, Categorized, Category's, Categories, Categorise, Categorize, Categorical, Categorises, Categorizes [167]

Links:
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[1] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#introduction
[2] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#airport_wifi_802_11
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#tech_tips
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#unsolved_problems
[5] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#solved_problems
[6] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#links
[7] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#softwarefirmwaredrivers
[8] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#advice_and_howtos
[9] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#operating_systems
[10] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#hardware
[11] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#scanning_tools
[12]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#title_search_for_local_apple_pages_
[13] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?WiFi
[14] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?WiFi
[15] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?WiFi
[16] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AppleMacMinimumSpecs
[17] http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=120097
[18] http://www.bookwormlab.com/research-paper-topics
[19] http://www.essaywriter.co.uk/power-point-presentations.aspx
[20] http://theregister.co.uk/content/39/34240.html
[21] http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=107427
[22] http://www.essaywriter.co.uk/services.aspx
[23] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RyanM
[24] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?KisMac
[25] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AirPort
[26] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AirPort
[27] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Keith
[28] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?TruMobile
[29] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?dave2002
[30] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Clae
[31]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/ftp://ftp.wavelan.com/pub/software/ORiNOCO/PC_Card/MacOS/
[32]
http://support.avaya.com/japple/css/japple?PAGE=avaya.css.DocList&temp.groupID=142804&temp.selectedFamily=107552&temp.selectedProduct=143324&temp.selectedBucket=108025
[33] http://www.info.apple.com/support/downloads.html
[34] http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=120093
[35] http://www.merchantos.com/|
[36]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/ftp://ftp.wavelan.com/pub/software/
[37]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/ftp://ftp.wavelan.com/pub/software/ORiNOCO/PC_Card/MacOS/
[38]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/ftp://ftp.wavelan.com/pub/software/IEEE/PC_CARD/APPLE/
[39] http://www.swimtownpools.com/above_ground_pool_filters_s/187.htm
[40] http://www.system7today.com
[41] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AirportLinux
[42] http://wirelessdriver.sourceforge.net/
[43] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MacOS
[44] http://www.ioxperts.com/80211b.html
[45] http://www.macworld.com/2002/12/reviews/inbrief/
[46] http://www.houstontopdoctors.com/
[47] http://www.iwanttosellmydiamond.net
[48] http://www.orangeware.com/endusers/wirelessformac.html
[49] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?OrangeWare
[50] http://www.ff.iij4u.or.jp/~ngc/eng/newtwave.htm
[51] http://home.earthlink.net/~metaphyzx/Wireless.htm
[52] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MacOS
[53] http://www.macwireless.com/html/help/index.html
[54] http://www.stopdesign.com/log/2005/02/07/secure-email.html
[55]
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/wi-roam25/?ca=dgr-mw01NewMacWi-Fi
[56]
http://www.applefritter.com/cgi-bin/YaBB/YaBB.pl?board=hacks;action=display;num=1064423468
[57] http://www.penmachine.com/techie/airport1400.html
[58] http://www.binaervarianz.de/projekte/hardware/mactail/
[59] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?TiBooks
[60] http://mywebpages.comcast.net/macdan/ti_antennae.html
[61] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?TiBook
[62] http://www.lowendmac.com/musings/03/0122.html
[63] http://www.xlr8yourmac.com/archives/feb02/022202.html
[64]
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/779/smbiz/netsolutions/find/wireless.shtml
[65] http://mcquitty.net/Thomas/projects/USBWirelessOSX.html
[66]
http://216.239.33.100/search?q=cache:cB2VkUGLJ04C:www.macwindows.com/airportpc.html+&hl=en&ie=UTF-8
[67] http://www.vonwentzel.net/ABS/
[68] http://www.vonwentzel.net/ABS/Evolution/index.html
[69] http://www.vonwentzel.net/ABS/Configuration/index.html
[70] http://www.vonwentzel.net/ABS/Ventilation-Me/index.html
[71] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PoE
[72] http://www.vonwentzel.net/ABS/ExtendedGraphite/index.html
[73] http://www.vonwentzel.net/ABS/Repair/
[74] http://airport.tber.com/infopg.html#fixit
[75] http://www.vonwentzel.net/ABS/InternalSupply.html
[76] http://www.hermstedt.de/english/hardware/airshuttle.html
[77] http://flakey.info/accesspoint/apple/airport/
[78] http://slashdot.org/apple/02/05/03/1934243.shtml?tid=95
[79]
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=linux/ppc+pcmcia&hl=en&lr=&ie=ISO-8859-1&selm=linux-ppc.140D21516EC2D3119EE700902787664401439FE2%40hplex1.hpl.hp.com&rnum=6
[80] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LinuxPPC
[81]
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=linux/ppc+pcmcia+wireless&hl=en&lr=&ie=ISO-8859-1&selm=39F497DE.7F9B0C68%40me.oulu.fi&rnum=2
[82]
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=linux/ppc+pcmcia+wireless&hl=en&lr=&ie=ISO-8859-1=linux-ppc.140D21516EC2D3119EE700902787664401439FDA%40hplex1.hpl.hp.com&rnum=6
[83] http://www.deleet.de/ray/newton/802.11b-FAQ.html
[84] http://www.wwc.edu/%7Efrohro/Airport/Airport_index.html
[85] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MacOS
[86] http://home.earthlink.net/~gamba2/index.html
[87] http://macfaq.org/index.shtml
[88] http://home.earthlink.net/~gamba2/syslist.html
[89] http://www.info.apple.com/support/oldersoftwarelist.html
[90] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LinuxPPC
[91] http://www.americabyrail.net
[92] http://www.yellowdoglinux.com
[93] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RedHat
[94] http://portal.suse.com/sdb/en/2000/02/olh_ppc_machines.html
[95] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?SuSE
[96] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?SuSE
[97] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?OpenBSD
[98] http://www.au.openbsd.org/macppc.html
[99] http://www.au.openbsd.org/mac68k.html
[100] http://lowendmac.net/linux/index.shtml
[101] http://www.eskimo.com/%7Epristine/unix.html
[102] http://web.espy.org/apple-flavored-unix/
[103] http://www.linux.org/dist/list.html
[104] http://www.apple.com/airport/
[105] http://www.apple.com/airportexpress/
[106] http://www.vonwentzel.net/ABS/BuyingGuide/index.html
[107] http://store.macanywhere.com/
[108] http://www.dominion.net.au/wireless/orinoco.htm
[109] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?WiFi
[110]
http://eshop.macsales.com/Catalog_Page.cfm?Parent=756&Title=Wireless&Template=1
[111] http://www.ambrosecriminallaw.com
[112] http://www.welovemacs.com/monitors.html
[113] http://www.welovemacs.com/monitors.html
[114] http://www.autocam-medical.com/capabilities.php
[115] http://www.proxim.com/products/all/skyline/pn476/
[116] http://www.proxim.com/products/all/skyline/pn476bld/index.html
[117] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?ProximMacProblem
[118] http://www.proxim.com/products/all/macintosh/index.html
[119] http://www.macwireless.com/
[120] http://www.hidheadlightkit.com/
[121] http://www.applefritter.com/node/view/4967
[122]
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/779/smbiz/netsolutions/find/wireless.shtml
[123] http://www.engeniustech.com/
[124] http://macwireless.com/html/products/accessories/poe.html
[125] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MacWireless
[126] http://www.binaervarianz.de/projekte/programmieren/kismac/
[127] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MacOS
[128] http://homepage.mac.com/alfwatt/istumbler/
[129] http://www.alksoft.com/classicstumbler.html
[130] http://www.packetninja.ca/apscanner.sit
[131] http://www.iwanttosellmydiamond.net
[132] http://www.macstumbler.com/
[133] http://www.dachb0den.com/projects/bsd-airtools.html
[134] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NetStumbler
[135] http://www.rawlinspaints.com/Roof-Paint/c2/index.html/
[136] http://www.essaywriter.co.uk/essay.aspx
[137] http://www.essaywriter.co.uk/services.aspx
[138] http://www.essaywriter.co.uk/dissertation-writing.aspx
[139] http://www.essaywriter.co.uk/dissertation-proposal-writing.aspx
[140] http://www.thesisdom.com/
[141] http://www.dissertationdom.com/
[142] http://www.essaydom.com/
[143] http://www.termpaperdom.com/
[144] http://www.researchpaperdom.com/
[145] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AppleAirport
[146] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AppleMacMinimumSpecs
[147] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AppleTalk
[148] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AirPort
[149] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AirPortCard
[150] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AirPortExtreme
[151] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AirportLinux
[152] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AppleAirport
[153] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AppleMacMinimumSpecs
[154] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?CameronMcCormack
[155] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?KisMac
[156] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MAC
[157] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MacOS
[158] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MacOSX
[159] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MacStumbler
[160] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?ProximMacProblem
[161] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?QMAConnector
[162] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RGSMAConnector
[163] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RPSMAConnector
[164] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?RTSMAConnector
[165] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?ShroudedSMAConnector
[166] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?SMAConnector
[167] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?CategoryHowTo

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