Trying to establish exactly what hardware works with the official IBM
OS/2 Wireless drivers. All of this hardware is 802.11b only. As near
as I can tell, this is it:

A)PCMCIA Notebook cards (Adds wireless capability to a laptop through a
PCMCIA slot)

1) "IBM High Rate Wireless LAN 128-bit RC4 Encryption" IBM Part No.:
09N9904, IBM FRU: 22P4592

2) "IBM High Rate Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b Compliant" IBM FRU: 09N9864


B) Mini-PCI Adapter for Thinkpads (adds 'built-in' wireless to a notebook)

1) "High Rate Wireless LAN Mini-PCI" (T30 Thinkpad Only) IBM FRU: 22P7701

2) "High Rate Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Adapter III"(More commonly called
"Intel Wireless LAN 2100 3B Mini PC") (Thinkpad R40, T40, X31 wireless
upgradeable models - also T42p?), IBM FRU: 31P8601, 91P7143, 91P7267


C) PCI Desktop Computer Wireless Cards (Adds wireless capability to a
desktop computer)

1) "High Rate Wireless LAN PCI Adapter (Low Profile Enabled)" IBM FRU:
22P6901, 22P6908, 22P6909, 22P6910, 22P6911


I know there are OS/2 wireless drivers other than the 'official' IBM
ones that will work with other hardware but those are not generally
available AFAIK unless someone has a link/source?




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