Getting Zyxel G-202 (wireless USB) to work
I have bought a Zyxel G-202 and I'm trying install this on Debian (etch). I think the driver is installed but when I plug in the wlan I don't get any new devices.
There is not much info about this card on the net. On a few pages it's writen that it has the right chipset.
However both G-220 and G-200. shoul be compatible with the zd1211 driver.
The driver seemed to be installed correctly. But I do not know if I should have done something before compiled the "zd1211" driver OR before I used modconf and istalled it to the kernel.
However when I plug in and plug out the stick , I can see through dmesg that the usb ports are at least working.
Acording to the file zdusb.h it is needed to add some values. But which in that case.
/* Define these values to match your device */
#define VENDOR_ZYDAS 0x0ACE //ZyDAS
#define PRODUCT_1211 0x1211
#define PRODUCT_A211 0xa211
#define VENDOR_ZYXEL 0x0586 //ZyXEL
#define PRODUCT_G220 0x3401
#define VENDOR_3COM 0x6891
#define PRODUCT_A727 0xA727
#define PRODUCT_G220F 0x3402
Please help If anyone got an idea.
P.S I'm rather new to linux and I am a Windows user. But I'm working hard.