[MLB-WIRELESS] Symphony != 802.11b compliant? : [was: [TIB] A new offer has been added to TIB - 15/10/2002]

Tony Langdon tlangdon at atctraining.com.au
Wed Oct 16 09:05:16 EST 2002

> 802.11b Compliant??!! Can someone please confirm this for me!!?!
> I bought mine via Grey's Auction the other week and have run 
> up two of them
> perfectly (PCI in Server and PCMCIA in notebook). They are 
> working fine -
> but my enterasys cards will not talk to them... I was under 
> the impression
> that the 4110 cards use a symphony proprietary platform not 802.11b?!

You guys have your wires (or RF paths ;) ) crossed.  The original reply was
in response to the Avaya TIB offer which came through yesterday, not the
Symphony one.

I also think the Symphony cards are proprietry.  Also, you will NOT get
802.11b gear to talk at 1.6Mbps, and that's not an 802.11b speed.   You only
get 1, 2, 5.5 and 11 to choose from. :)

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