kisiera saber k chipset lleva la targeta wifi de la placa asus p5e3 deluxe wifi alguien me lo podria decir, ?? otra cosa tengo esa placa pero el asus gate express ese no va kon la wifi pa k me vaya internet tengo k poner un cable de redd vaya mierda alguien puede ayudarme?
Ralink RT2770F (12mm x 12mm BGA-196) ... ¿no viene en el manual?
Another thing we unsure about when first hearing about ASUS Express Gate was whether it's onboard WiFi would work in this Linux environment. This onboard WiFi isn't just a normal 802.11g adapter but ASUS WiFi-AP @n, which supports 300Mbps 802.11n while being backwards compatible with 802.11g and 802.11b. The ASIC providing the onboard draft-N wireless capabilities is a Ralink RT2770F chip. To our surprise, this 802.11n wireless had worked with this SplashTop Linux out of the box! To configure the network, just enter the configuration panel and click on network. Via checkboxes you can enable either (or both) of the integrated 10/100/1000 network interfaces and if required you can manually configure a static IP address and DNS information. In addition to the LAN1 and LAN2 is the WiFi option and even xDSL/cable dial-up. While this network interface isn't as slick as using NetworkManager on Linux, by clicking on the WiFi Setup you can enter the SSID of the point to connect to and enter in any encryption information. After we had done that, the integrated 802.11n/802.11g integrated wireless with dual antennas was working in Linux! With the troubled but improving state of wireless support in Linux, this was a pleasant surprise.