Mapping USB ugen 802.11g adapter to ndis
Brian J. McGovern
mcgovern at spoon.beta.com
Sat Jan 13 03:01:03 UTC 2007
I have a USB 802.11g (DLINK) adapter that I would like to use to
access a wireless network. I've been able to download the Windows drivers,
convert them in to the kernel module, and load the module.
However, when I plug the adapter in, the ugen driver picks it up.
Historically, when I've had a new device, I had to tweak the USB
driver to recognize the manufacturer and model. However, in the case of
ndis, I've only found /usr/src/sys/dev/if_ndis/if_ndis_usb.c, which doesn't
seem to have such a list.
Can anyone point me to how I can get the ndis driver to take ownership
for the USB device in question? Or is USB NDIS support just not there yet?
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