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    WiFi Broadband


    Can anyone suggest the best equipment to use that will work on Linux to get WiFi Broadband?

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    When you say wifi broadband, what exactly are you referring to. Is it like a standard 802.11 based card connecting to an AP/Router or is it something like the iBurst or Navini wireless technologies (Where a modem connects wirelessly to a ISP)?
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    or that wi-max standard(yep hardware exists despite the standard not finalised).
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    the unwired service I use (from navini networks) is like a pre wimax standard. It basicially connects to my ISP wirelessly through a PPPoE connection, albeit at speeds of 256 KBit. Max speed from my ISP is 1 MBit.
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