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Re: Help with Cisco Aironet 350 series
From: Anand S. Katti (askattiece.iisc.ernet.in)
Date: Sat Feb 12 2005 - 16:15:11 CST
Generally when you insert the card in the pcmcia slot, the relevant
is automatically loaded after reading the /etc/modules.conf file.
Just make sure that you have linked some entries in the /etc/moduels.conf
for your cisco card as eth1 airo_cs(whatever device it is for wlan may be
And then you "modprobe airo_cs"
This will load the module airo_cs and then an lsmod will show you the
then do a iwconfig.
If things still doesn't work do dmesg and see if your card is being
recogzined or not.
On Sun, 13 Feb 2005, Kanthi C.N wrote:
> I am really sorry if this question has been asked and answered before. I
> could not find it in the archives.
> I am using Cisco Aironet 350 series card on Linux 2.4.20-8 ( Redhat 9 )
> I downloaded the driver from Cisco site
> Driver version 2.1
> firmware version 5.41
> The cisco ACU utility recognizes the card and shows the statistics of the
> card functioning properly.
> But, somehow "iwconfig" doesn't recognize the card as wireless.
> rootmypc root]# iwconfig
> lo no wireless extensions.
> eth0 no wireless extensions.
> eth1 no wireless extensions.
> eth1 is the card interface.
> I have already recompiled the pcmcia subsystem and installed the modules.
> Any pointers/suggestions will really help. I am pretty new to these things
> and any help will be greatly appreciated.