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 Do-It-Yourself Access Point Hardware

O'Reilly tells us about making access point hardware.

"There is a huge variety of PC-compatible hardware available that is perfectly capable of serving as an access point. If budget is a concern, you can certainly dust off that old PC that is collecting dust in the closet (provided that it is roughly of 486/50 vintage or so; 386 machines, while nostalgic, are probably too painfully slow to deal with by today's standards)."

 (Submitted by Noel Wed Oct 8, 2003 )


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