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Old 09-19-2004, 11:06 PM   #1
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How can I set up an access point?

Hi All,
I have my old T23 from work here running Fedora Core 2 with a PCMCIA Cisco Aironet 350 card. I want to turn it into an access point on my home LAN so that my work computer (T41 w/ WinXP) can connect wirelessly.

How do I configure FC2 to act as an access point?

edit: I have the T23 running in Ad-Hoc mode and seems to be working... it's still not a proper access point. I guess this'll do for now... *sigh* I'd rather have a proper AP.

Your help, tips and links are appreciated.

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