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 From:  Philippe =?iso-8859-1?q?Cl=E9ri=E9?= <philippe at gcal dot net>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Wireless inconsistencies
 Date:  Thu, 14 Oct 2004 22:14:12 -0500
Additional information:

I was able to setup the box with Bering-uClibc and it worked without a 
hitch. So I am guessing that there are driver problems with FreeBSD or 
m0n0wall is not correctly initializing the Orinoco card.

I don't know anything about FreeBSD, but I really like the m0n0wall 
interface, and I want to get it working. 

Still, it's much easier for me to troubleshoot Linux. So I might have to 
stick with that.

Hoping someone can give me a pointer. TIA

Best regards,
Philippe Clérié

On Saturday, 9 October 2004 7:12, Philippe Clérié wrote:
> Hello,
> I am new to this list and before anything else I would like to
> compliment the developers of m0n0wall for a very nice tool. The web
> GUI is particularly impressive and easy to work with. Thanks.
> Now to my little problem.
> Hardware is Soekris 4511, with a Lucent 802.11b Orinoco PCMCIA card.
> WAN is going to be the wireless card, connected to a dish antenna via
> pigtail and a 30 feet low loss coax cable. The 4511 is replacing an
> old IBM Aptiva Pentium 100 with Debian.
> No problem getting m0n0wall up and running. Everything worked very
> nicely when I connected to a Netgear wireless router. However, it
> refuses to connect to the wireless WAN. The web interface shows 'No
> carrier'.
> I checked signal strength using the older box and it's -54dBm with
> -87dBm noise. That's pretty decent, even if noise is usually much
> lower than that.
> Thanks for any help.