Netgear WNDA4100 N900 (WiFi, Dual Band 2,4GHz/5GHz, USB, 2×450 Mbit/s)
Review of Linux Compatibility
The Netgear WNDA4100 N900 is a USB WiFi stick that supports the IEEE standard 802.11n. The stick has the USB ID 0846:9012
Bus 003 Device 002: ID 0846:9012 NetGear, Inc.
and bases on the Ralink RT3573 chipset.
The stick is not automatically supported under Linux,but a patch for the kernel module
rt2800usb is already available that adds support to the kernel.
Alternatively, the kernel module rt3573sta can be used, but has to be modified to work together with the Netgear WNDA4100. The necessary modification steps are described at Ubuntuforums.org.
creation date: 01/11/2013, last update: 06/12/2014 , Linux-Hardware-Guide
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