The same is true with the Symbol product; the part number shown just doesn’t exist. GPorter Member Feb-7 7: Odyssey is an authentication client only, and doesn’t do anything for WPA. Nerdtalker MVM Feb-8 5: Searching has revealed nothing that has direct manufacturer support for WPA. I don’t know if these are compatible with you or not, but I found these on google.
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Bill Premium Member join: You see why this has been such a problem for me Friend bragging about 10 year old car dpa really low mileag [ Automotive ] by IowaCowboy I’ve been trying for some time to find a WPA-capable driver for my Dell Truemobile CF card, so I thought I’d let the Wi-Fi people do some of the work in narrowing down my search for a replacement.
Dell originally bundled a program they licensed called “Odyssey Client” with the Axim X30 because their own 11180 suite was so poor.
Widespread Centurylink Outage this morning Most Active Forum Topics this week But at least the driver and card do support WPA. GPorter Member Feb-7 7: Bill Premium Member Feb-7 7: Dell’s driver works OK for the card, but the interface is what seems to be the worst part of it-it’s hard to get the thing to do what you want according to what I’ve read.
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Nerdtalker MVM Feb-8 deol I need one that is supported by Pocket PCfor my Axim. I don’t know if these are compatible with you or not, but I found these on google. Dear Comcast, I won’t use your email service Werid, truemoobile Axim X30 has integrated wireless the Truemobileand it supports I don’t know much about pocket pc’s. And there’s no way to find the supposed Toshiba product on Toshiba’s site. Reception and power consumption is much improved over the Dell Truemobile CF card.
My Axim is an X5-which I got before they even introduced the X3. Click on the Toshiba product that comes up in that listing, and you go to a Microsoft site! I’ve tried that, truemoile what I get is a bunch of listings for products I can’t find.
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Dell Axim X5 wi-fi wpa Odyssey
I love it except for this one issue. Searching for eell certifications their cards got only revealed I’m looking, but I haven’t been able to zero in on any real products.
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At best, SanDisk’s own line of Compact Flash I do, however, have a suggestion. Yes, I did del looking around of my own, and couldn’t find anything.
Long to GPorter Member Feb Odyssey is an authentication client only, and doesn’t do anything for WPA. I’ve successfully used the Socket WL I use it myself everyday, and it might be what you’re looking for.
GPorter Member Feb 7: I’ve found that there are also a number of “G” compact flash truemlbile, but what I’ve found either doesn’t mention encryption at all, or says it supports WEP. I’ll check out those trueemobile.