At 4:29 PM -0400 6/15/04, Ivan Drucker wrote: >Hello all, long time no chat. I've got a question, and this seemed to be >the right place to come: What is the best way to get a (Mac OS 9) 2400 >wireless today? I've been using a Farallon Skyline card for eons but of >course it is no longer in production. > >The options, as far as I can tell, are $80 cards from MacSense and >MacWireless, or I could buy any old card and use it with the $20 >universal driver from IOExperts or the $25 universal driver from >MacWireless. Does anyone have any experience with these products? I'm >trying to set up a seriously non-technical person -- that is, I'm looking >for the product that seems to just work most of the time as my Skyline >did, and makes it easy to rejoin the network when it loses it. It's no longer in production but still around, $16: http://www.emicrox.com/eShop/product.aspx?cid=-1&more=1&keywords=skyline&pid=875478 -- Clark Martin Redwood City, CA, USA Macintosh / Internet Consulting "I'm a designated driver on the Information Super Highway"