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Launch of new Wi-Fi USB devices on 9x


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Okay, okay.

I want run Wi-Fi on my old Win98/2k PC, but have little issue with it. I cannot find Odyssey Client anywhere in web. I'm looking about that so much time and no results. (probably I'm blind :D)

Can anybody give me link for download?

Sorry for my bad English, I'm from Poland and I've never learn that language:c

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2 hours ago, winsxspl said:

Okay, okay.

I want run Wi-Fi on my old Win98/2k PC, but have little issue with it. I cannot find Odyssey Client anywhere in web. I'm looking about that so much time and no results. (probably I'm blind :D)

Can anybody give me link for download?

Sorry for my bad English, I'm from Poland and I've never learn that language:c

Try here:

https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://download.juniper.net/software/aaa_802/public/oac/452/OdysseyClient9x.exe

https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://download.juniper.net/software/aaa_802/public/oac/*

Also there could be something of use here :unsure:

Also, this:

http://w1.fi/wpa_supplicant/

may (or may not) work for you.

jaclaz
 

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i use odyssey client 4.56 on my 98SE builds and it ran fine the last time(s) i used it. if only they came out with odyssey client for windows 95 that allowed a way that can connect wep only wifi cards to be able to connect to wpa2 encryption. im sure it shouldn't be that difficult to make a software that can do some sort of conversion process from wep to wpa to wpa2 to allow very old legacy hardware to connect to wpa2 settings. windows 95 doesn't even support wpa or does it? 

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