On Apr 25, 2004, at 7:48 PM, Chris Olive wrote:
> Phill R Kenoyer wrote:
>> All I've got to say is that FreeBSD nor Linux is good as an Access
>> Point. They always have some problem that locks them up. If it's
>> not the dreaded "Power Save Mode", then it's something else.
> Hmm, I hear the same thing from others echoed from time to time.
> Once I got the client to stop telling m0n0wall he was going to sleep,
> things have been fine. My m0n0wall running a wireless interface for
> AP has been running fine for months without a single hitch (except the
> lone exception mentioned.) And that's with 5 wireless clients -- 4
> W2K Pro clients and one MacOS X running WEP 128. (IPsec is on the
> dockett, hopefully soon.) So it takes a steady pounding...
I'm currently at 51 clients connecting to my m0n0wall AP's, and I
constantly have problems. Every day, sometimes twice a day I get the
"xmit timeout" error as it melts down. Luckily with FreeBSD I can
still access the box and reset it from remote. Linux would crash