Keith Hatfull wrote:
> Keith Hatfull wrote:
>> Been fooling with m0n0wall for a couple of weeks now and am very happy
>> with it. Decided to take the plunge and try wireless. I had a TM1150
>> PCMCIA card and a PCMCIA -> PCI bridge card from another wireless
>> adapter. Dropped it in, wi driver found it, I assigned the interface,
>> setup DHCP (non bridged), put in a default WLAN -> any rule.
>> All works great in ad-hoc and infrastructure modes, just can't seem
>> to get hostap working. The doco says a TM1150 works for hostap...is
>> there anything I might be missing? Any suggestions welcome. Thanks!
> One thing I should add, the PCMCIA-PCI bridge card is the Linksys WDT11
> and the system log shows the wi driver identifying it as such. However,
> all does work well in ad-hoc or infrastructure modes. Could the
> bridge's identification mess up hostap's working with the TM1150?
Dang, I'll get it all here eventually, this is with v1.11 production.
Three 3com 3c905B-TXNM (LAN, WAN, OPT1) and the TM1150 (WLAN(OPT2)),
256MB RAM, AMD Athlon 750. Using the generic-pc CF image (which worked
flawlessly might add (Syba CF adapter from eBay) and a cheap (eBay)
Sandisk 16MB CF card.
Well, heck, just saw it in the system log:
Oct 2 13:12:47 /kernel: wi0: Lucent Firmware: Station 8.72.01
Oct 2 13:12:47 /kernel: wi0: using Lucent Technologies, WaveLAN/IEEE
Oct 2 13:12:47 /kernel: wi0: 802.11 address: 00:02:2d:8d:16:58
Oct 2 13:12:47 /kernel: wi0: <Linksys WDT11> port
0xec00-0xec3f,0xe800-0xe87f mem 0xd9003000-0xd90033ff irq 5 at device
11.0 on pci0
Guess it has a Lucent chipset and not Prism.
Thanks (again, sheesh).