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Sun Feb 12, 2006 11:10 pm

can i use dlink-G510 with mk
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Sun Feb 12, 2006 11:44 pm

As I remember D-Link G510 has atheros chipset, so it should work without problems, but not 100% sure.

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Sun Feb 12, 2006 11:50 pm


it depends on the revision. B1 has atheros 5212, others not. 5212 should work with mt.
As far as i know, mt does not support ralink (and why should they, bad chipset..).

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from [deleted, was link to linux-atheros-page]

DWL-G510 ¶
Chipset: AR5212 (b/g)
Interface: Native PCI interface.
Antenna Connector: Yes comes with a detachable external cable and antenna.
Device Information: PCI ID 168c:001a
Notes: Various different versions are available: Rev. A is reported not to be an atheros chipset and the newer Rev. B1 does work. C1 does not, reports on lspci: RaLink: Unknown device 0302. Maybe a different chipset?

Firmware Compatibility:
Hardware Firmware Status
B1 Unknown Works
B1 4.0 Works
B1 4.10 Works
B1 2.10 Works
C1 5.00 Not supported, try RaLink drivers
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Re: wireless

Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:00 am

can i use dlink-G510 with mk
DWL-G520 is a better choice if you are going to buy a D-Link card. Take a look on the following homepage. Every card that works with the madwifi driver is compatible with Mikrotik RouterOS.

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