Since you configure the device via a web browser and it uses your Ethernet port you need no extra drivers, just configure your Ethernet port and you are good to go. So unless you want to use an unprotected wireless network which is totally unsafe , you must use WPA. In the SSID column, you should see its name, or if you have a “closed network” a. This tip worked wonders! Apr 9, 7: Sam Testa Sam Testa. The guy I was talking to at the computer shop said he has solved the problem of going wireless on an older Mac without a costly airport card.
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Dlink DWL-G USB Wireless Support? – Apple Community
Apr 13, 8: If you go to the forums on ralink’s page you’ll learn, as AI did, that the firmware and hardware have to be certain version numbers to work on the mac. I downloaded the Prism driver you mentioned from binaervarianz. Apr 16, 9: Does anyone have any idea how can I fix it? I’d really like a menu bar like the Airport one.
Some Mac guy told me that this Asus device is not Mac-friendly as far as the settings are concerned. I removed my internal airport card and now have a ‘native’ Additionally, assuming I can get this working again without WEP activated on my access pointsis there a trick to getting the connection to work with WEP?
Not sure if you figured this out or not, but I was running into the same problem with a bondi rev A iMac running To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. One reason why you might be interested in a USB wireless antenna even if you’ve got a modern Mac with builtin wireless is that the reception on the Ewl-g122 cards at least in dwl-g22 titanium PowerBook like mine is notoriously weak.
I had to return what I had. So, I connected to Apple’s Developer site, got a free membership and updated my Developer Tools to 2. Use an Ethernet bridge device. But I quickly was disappointed: The whole setup worked fine for a few weeks, now it unexpectedly drops the connection after a minute or two. I had WEP turned on for both and was never able to actually establish a connection. Just in case, one of the suppliers assured me that it sports a Railink chip, so these might work for other revisions too.
Kid Charliemain on Mar 08, ’07 I tried it twice and gave up. A “Connected” status message should also appear at the bottom.
The new network connection for the c-link displayed in the control panel, and the Wireless Utility program launched when I plugged in the adapter. I almost went with the DWL-G and your hints but it looked a little too iffy for the non-technical users who would be using the iMac. This was kinda fun Like me, you probably don’t want to buy an expensive AirPort Extreme card.
Maybe it’s just me. He then fired up his internet browser and typed in the URL of the WLG supplied by the device’s documentationand dwl-t122 which he could make the settings on the WLG to connect to the area’s hot spot.
So, now I have uninstalled its’ driver and reinstalled the old DWL It doesn’t make sense, but some folks like to try stuff just for fun! Those kernel panics were a huge pain, but I went into Network Port Configurations and unticked the adaptor, and when I unplugged the adaptor there was no multilingual death screen.
Now have a Olarila app, just download app and clover folder for your Chipset! I dw,-g122 a MHz iMac from tray-loading that can’t take a wireless card, so I wanted something like this to get it on my wireless network D-Link DI router. Advertisements or commercial links. Bennu on Mar 08, ’06