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Fri Feb 10 22:39:19 UTC 2012
On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 1:58 PM, zaklinaczcipek128
<zaklinaczcipek128 at o2.pl>wrote:
> I'm struggling with my wireless cards couple days and I can't figure out
> what's wrong. Following
> I'm under FreeBSD 9.0 RELEASE and ever since I've used it I can't connect
> to any wireless network. I've got Atheros NIC and under every other OS it
> works fine, even earlier when I were under FreeBSD 7.2 it worked well, but
> now I got weird issues. I read a lot of it. I followed handbook with no
> success. I can connect to the network (no difference if it secured or not)
> i get IP from DHCP but I can't even ping my router. All drivers are loaded,
> my /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf is all right, I even add a line to the
> /etc/resolve.conf. I've reinstalled FreeBSD 9.0 and first thing I wanted to
> check was my wireless and unfortunately, it's the same, not working, same
> problem. Does the FreeBSD9.0 has any hidden firewall which block my ping ?
> My router is find. Firstly, I thought I was a bug then I bought another NIC
> with Realtek 8187 chipset and things look the same. Both cards can scan
> networks with results, and they seem to work proper so any ideas what can
> be wrong ?
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Hi, I think if you're getting IP from DHCP then it's a routing issue.
# netstat -r
# route add default 192.168.0.1
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