Avaya Wireless Networking Problems
Greg 'groggy' Lehey
grog at FreeBSD.org
Sun Nov 30 23:28:38 PST 2003
On Monday, 1 December 2003 at 18:16:10 +1100, Darryl Barlow wrote:
> I am a Linux user trying Freebsd. I've installed 5.1 on two machines, one of
> shich is connected to a wireless network through a TI pci cardbus adapator
> and an Avaya Silver Wireless Network Card. The card is recognised, the
> configuration settings appear to be correct but ifconfig -a shows that there
> is "no carrier". I suspect that the problem may be interrupt-related, so the
> next thing I will try is to check the interrupt settings in Linux and force
> the same in NetBSD (I don't know how to achieve this yet but imagine it will
> be in the documentation somewhere).
If you're running FreeBSD, NetBSD settings won't help you much.
> What I would apprciate is some advice as to best method to
> troubleshoot this problem and correct it.
Well, the appropriate output from dmesg would help. It's possible
that it's an interrupt problem, but we haven't seen too many of them
lately. If you're showing up as wi0 (presumably), then probably it's
not an interrupt issue. Do you have the other settings set up
correctly? ifconfig output and information about your wireless
infrastructure would help.
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