Category : can not
Our wireless LAN products support two wireless topologies. Those are infrastructure with an Access Point(AP), and ad-hoc with only wireless devices except for an AP.
We’ve recognized that some of INTEL wireless LAN adapters have problem with connecting to the ad-hoc network.
This is not official issue, but we’ve found it out from review and questions of those who are using or used the chipset.
Fortunately, this problem can be easily solved by updating the latest driver of those Intel WLAN chipsets.
If you couldn’t get the ad-hoc link with our products, even though all the parameters are correct, please check your Wi-Fi adapters’ driver.
The list below is the chipset we’ve tested.
A Chipset List we have tested about this issue.
1. INTEL 3945ABG
2. INTEL 4965AGN
3. INTEL 5100AGN
Intel download center: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Default.aspx?lang=eng
If your OS is windows 8.1, click here.
[ Wireless-External ] EZL-300S, CSW-H80, CSW-H85
[ Wireless-Module ] CSW-M85, CSW-M83, EZL-80, EZL-80C, EZL-90