- AES-Counter Mode with Cipher Block Chaining Message Authentication Code Protocol (CCMP) encryption(WPA2) TKIP encryption enhancements: key hashing (per-packet keying), message integrity check
Good card, bad price 04/05/2012
This review is from: CISCO AIR-CB21AG-A-K9 Wireless Cardbus Adapter
Windows XP didn't have the built in driver
PRICE PRICE OH WOW, THE PRICE
We were throwing out a few laptops at work, so I took three of them to keep. Each had this wireless card in it. XP didn't have native drivers, so it was pretty hard to get the driver file on the computer.. The cd drive didn't work, and I had no floppy drive I could put it on a disk! But I managed to get an ethernet card, and it worked fine after I got the driver.
Looking online, $100 for it new? Unbelievable! This is legacy tech. It shouldn't be sold for $100 new. $20 sounds fair, if it should be sold at all.
But according to newegg I now have $300 in pcmcia wireless cards. O,o
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