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From: Jon Knight (J.P.Knightlboro.ac.uk)
Date: Tue Aug 21 2001 - 05:45:20 CDT
On Mon, 20 Aug 2001 mikeoldfieldgmx.net wrote:
> I have two ZoomAir 4100 PCMCIA cards (802.11b compliant, PrismII
> chipset), and I would like to setup one of them as an access point
> under Linux, the other as a normal client.
I don't know if you can set up the ZoomAir cards as an access point.
Certainly the Lucent/Buffalo (Hermes) cards I've used don't have access
point capability under Linux as I don't think Lucent ever released the
specs on how to get the cards into AP mode.
> Another disadvantage is that I cannot use iwconfig or
> /proc/net/wireless to read any link quality values or so. All these
> values are zero. Does anyone know why? Or how it could be changed?
Lots of the /proc/net/wireless stats only make sense if you are talking to
a single access point. If you are in one of the ad-hoc modes then they
don't record any stats.