Panda Wireless PAU06 300Mbps Wireless N USB Adapter - w/High Gain Antenna - Win XP/Vista/7/8/10, Mint, Ubuntu, MX Linux, Manjaro, Fedora, Centos, Kali Linux and Raspbian
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- Works with any 2.4Ghz wireless g/n routers. Max. wireless connection speed: 300Mbps. Supports both infrastructure and ad-hoc modes. Security: WEP 64/128bit, WPA, WPA2, 802.1x and 802.11i, Cisco CCS V1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 compliant.
- Multi-OS support: 32-bit and 64-bit Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, MX LInux, Manjaro, Linux Mint, Ubuntu, Lubuntu, OpenSUSE, RedHat, Fedora, CentOS, Kali Linux, Raspbian. NO Mac support for Panda Wireless PAU06.
- The Panda Wireless PAU06 adapter is designed to run on an Intel/AMD based PC or Raspberry Pi 0/1/2/3/4. It doesn't work with any Digital Media Players like Roku, Digial Video Recorders, Netwok-Attached Storage devices like Synology and QNAP, Playstations, Security Cameras, etc. Please consult Panda Wireless if you want to use Panda Wireless PAU06 on any non Intel/AMD-based systems.
- If you want to use Panda Wireless PAU06 with a guest OS like Kali in a Virtual Machine, please contact Panda Wireless for more info. In general, we recommend our customers to use Panda Wireless PAU06 on a computer running a supported operating system in the list above.
- Technical Support and Warranty - Please email or call Panda Wireless Technical Support or your seller if you have any problems or warranty issues about your Panda Wireless PAU06 adapter, we will respond to your email/call within 24 hours.
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The Panda 300Mbps Wireless 802.11n USB Adapter with High Gain Antenna (PAU06) upgrades the WiFi interface
on your computer to the latest 802.11n standard. Your computer can communicate wirelessly with any 802.11g/n wireless
router at home, coffee shops, etc.
- Panda PAU06 upgrades any computer to the latest 802.11 n standard
- Max data rate up to 300 Mbps with 802.11n
- WPS button is used to setup connection between the computer and the router quickly
- Backward compatibility with 802.11g 2.4GHz wireless networks
- Low power consumption to extend the battery life of your laptop or portable device
- Supports state of the art standards-based security features: 64b/128bit WEP, WPA and WPA2 (TKIP+AES) to prevent
unauthorized users to access your wireless network.
- Any PC with an available USB port, 1GHz CPU, and 1GByte Memory
- Any brand 802.11g or 802.11n router using 2.4GHz frequency band only ( doesn't work on 5GHz band)
- Compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10/2008r2/2012r2, Mac OS 10.4-10.10, Mint, Ubuntu,
Fedora, openSUSE, etc.
- NOT COMPATIBLE with any device that does not run an operating system specified above unless otherwise stated.
What's in the package
- Panda PAU06 Wireless N USB Adapter
- User's Manual
- Installation CD
Note: The latest manuals and drivers for Windows, Mac and Linux are available on Panda Wireless web site.
Panda PAU06 Adapter is backed by 1-year limited warranty. Please contact Panda Wireless if you have any question.
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I did some digging online and I guess this particular NIC (wireless card) in this laptop does not play well with Linux drivers. I read about this little dongle on a couple blogs/threads and heard that it plays nice with Linux. I started fresh with Linux Mint and haven't had an issue one with this WIFI dongle. I'm tapping this review out on the laptop right now and the little dongle is happilly letting me know that he is talking to the network with his little flashing blue light. No dropped connection or nothing weird. I connected to my server and downloaded about 40 Gigs of data over the WIFI and the dongle handled it like a champ.
The speeds are a little bit slow, but for my intended purpose I really don't care. Slightly slower speeds beats no speed at all. I've included a picture of speed test results from this laptop with the dongle, and my desktop on ethernet for comparison. I know comparing wireless to wired is not a fair comparison typically, but the wireless card in my desktop does about the same speed as the ethernet when I use it. Despite the slower speed of about 30 Mbs down, I am %100 pleased with this thing so far. I would have paid more for something that works as well, at a higher speed though.
The is the only USB WiFi adapter I've had that approaches "Plug and Play" status on Linux systems. Most manufacturers of USB WiFi adapters treat Linux as an afterthought. Panda has made sure that they're using WiFi chips whose drivers have been in the mainline Linux kernel for years. What that means for the user is that you don't need to install a driver at all. It's already built in. When I plugged my Panda PAU06 into my Raspberry Pi, I had a brief flashback to my Windows days when the device immediately started flashing its LED in a way that said "I'm talking to the network and you don't have to do anything else." Sure enough, when I logged in, the network was up and running.
As a Linux user, this is the best USB Wifi adapter I've found. I have little doubt that Panda's other adapters are similarly good.
For Windows 10 it is truly a plug n play installation. The operating system has the drivers. I use this in a desktop
PC located one floor below the wireless router. It's positioned next to a steel desk - not the most ideal place for a good signal. Nevertheless, connect speeds area as good as any of my other wireless devices ( speedtest.net ). N-class performance is certainly an improvement, even with 15 Mbps throttling by the ISP.
A nice touch was a followup email message (a few hours after delivery) from Panda support that arrived via Amazon.com. Since there was no manual included in the packaging, it provided some download information to XP, Mac and Linux users and a path for communications if problems occurred. Perhaps Amazon is making this available to vendors that want to make use of it - a nice feature.
I've only used this adapter for a few days, so it's still early. The results are encouraging.
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Uses the kernel (4.4.0-166-generic) driver so literally nothing to do although I did reboot (first time in many months) to force NetworkManager to realise my desktop had a new wireless interface. Excellent signal strength and speed.
1. Very good range
2. Sturdy build quality
3. Supports Kali Linux (direct).
4. Higher network speed
*No cons till now.
It's a powerful adapter; suits very well for Kali Linux users. I am using this on my Kali Linux 2018.2. Works without issues.
Though it is pricey (₹2499) you may forget it once you get to know it's power.
Received the product within 2 days in Prime.
A very good network adapter for pentesters.
It was hard to find any cheap product supporting monitor mode and packet injection but this is the best and cheap product available on this amazon. Thnks to company and amazon for this product
This unit plugged in to my test lenovo T450s and just worked. Compared to the integrated 7265 (Dual band wireless-AC 7265) it gave me 40% of the potential downstream speed (40.1 Mbps vs 100 Mbps) and 75% of the upstream potential (14.11 vs 18.73). Those numbers are the averages of two tests each, alternating devices, not moving the laptop.
So, quite happy to have a "plan B" that works for other, not so well-endowed devices. Must also report, that at least with this favourable location, this device returned almost identical results as the Panda Ultra 150Mbps Wireless N USB Adapter, which cost less than half as much (and has no external antenna).
The AP used for testing was an ASUS RT-AC86U, set to WAP-only mode.
Hi gys this product specially and support monitor mode && very good product
Support kali linux && oprating system ---