Cisco Aironet 802.11a Wireless LAN Adapter (AIR-CB20A) Windows Drivers, Utility


Cisco CB20A

The Cisco Aironet® 5 GHz 54 Mbps Wireless LAN client adapter is an Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) 802.11a-compliant CardBus adapter. The client adapter complements the Cisco Aironet 1200 Series 802.11a Access Point, providing a solution that combines performance and mobility with the security and manageability that enterprises require. Wireless client adapters connect a variety of devices to a wireless network either in ad hoc peer-to-peer mode or in infrastructure mode with access points. With this client adapter, you can quickly add new employees to a network, support temporary workgroups, or enable Internet access in conference rooms or other meeting spaces. [ More info … ]

Device Name: Cisco Systems AIR-CB20A 802.11a Wireless LAN Adapter

Device ID: PCI\VEN_14B9&DEV_A505&SUBSYS_640014B9

Cisco Aironet 5GHz 54Mbps Wireless LAN Adapter (AIR-CB20A) Windows Drivers, Utility:

CB-20A-Windows-98-2000-Me-XP-Bundle-11.exe: Download (For Win98, WinME, Win2K, WinXP)

Release Date: 25/Oct/2005. Size: 5111.14KB (5233805 bytes)

Cardbus 20A 802.11a 5GHz Client Adapter firmware 5.01.02, Windows 98, 2000, Me and XP NDIS driver 3.4.19, ACU 5.03.009 and Release Notes. Requires 1200 Series AP with firmware 11.56 or later.

This driver software also support "Cisco Systems PCI Wireless LAN Adapter" with hardware ID:PCI\VEN_14B9&DEV_A504&SUBSYS_500014B9.

Installing Driver:

  1. Download the bundled Firmware/Driver/ACU file: CB-20A-Windows-98-2000-Me-XP-Bundle-11.exe. Extract the files by executing the CB-20A-Windows-98-2000-Me-XP-Bundle-11.exe to say, "C:\Cisco" for example.
  2. Insert Cisco wireless PC card into the notebook. Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and click "Next >";
  3. When prompted for driver, choose the drivers from the extracted folder "C:\Cisco", Click "Next >";
  4. Click "Finish" to complete the installation, Reboot the notebook to complete the installation of driver.

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