iwn Centrino N-1030

Jeremy C. Reed reed at reedmedia.net
Wed Feb 1 13:55:15 UTC 2012

On Wed, 1 Feb 2012, Bernhard Schmidt wrote:

> > iwn0: <Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N 1030> mem 0xf0600000-0xf0601fff irq 17 at device 0.0 on pci2
> > iwn0: attempting to allocate 1 MSI vectors (1 supported)
> > msi: routing MSI IRQ 257 to local APIC 0 vector 51
> > iwn0: using IRQ 257 for MSI
> > iwn0: MIMO 1T2R, BGN, address ac:72:89:ec:3b:1e
> Strange.. the 1030 is exactly the same as the 6230 (except some small
> difference like the number of mimo stream and 5GHz support). The 6230
> is what I'm using daily and that one works great.
> Do you by any chance have a button/switch to disable bluetooth? I'd
> play around with that one, maybe I've did something wrong with regard
> to bluetooth coexistence.

I think the bluetooth switch is the same function button as the wireless 

When I press it I get:

ahcich1: SNTF 0x0001
ubt0: ubt_bulk_read_callback:867: bulk-in transfer failed: USB_ERR_STALLED
ubt0: ubt_intr_read_callback:767: interrupt transfer failed: USB_ERR_STALLED
ugen2.3: <vendor 0x8086> at usbus2 (disconnected)
ubt0: at uhub4, port 5, addr 3 (disconnected)

In the case that the wlan0 is up then I also get:

iwn0: RF switch: radio disabled

(But only if the wlan0 is up I think.)

(That ahcich1 I only saw one time, so probably unrelated.)

When I press it again (to turn it back on):

ugen2.3: <vendor 0x8086> at usbus2
ubt0: <vendor 0x8086 product 0x0189, class 224/1, rev 2.00/69.19, addr 3> on usbus2

When the interface wlan0 is up, I also get:

iwn0: RF switch: radio enabled
firmware: 'iwn6000g2bfw' version 0: 460912 bytes loaded at 0xffffffff816120b0

The complete dmesg (boot with verbose) is at:

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