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From: Marko Lepikult (lepikultsolo.delfi.ee)
Date: Thu Jan 18 2001 - 16:01:59 CST
After some experimenting I read again doc/config.linux-wlan-ng file and
there was paragraph ...
>"Many of the choices involved in choosing configuration variable
>are dependent on whether you are setting up your system as a
>(STA) or an Access Point (AP). STA configuration is most
>common. If you are using a mobile station that will connect to one or
>more APs, STA configuration is all you will need."
From it I conclude that this driver, at least in default setup, does not
support AdHoc mode.
Am I correct.?
If so then there is 2 options
1. is a driver developed so that AdHoc is impossible or;
2. i'ts enough to modify startup scripts (to add few MIB variables) to
switch card to AdHoc?
----- Original Message -----
From: Robert J Berger <rbergerultradevices.com>
Sent: Saturday, January 06, 2001 11:33 PM
Subject: Re: [lwlan-user]: Q: wlan-ng 0.1.7 + Eumitcom
> I have gotten an Addtron PCMCIA card which is made by Eumitcom work fine
with linux-wlan-ng-0.1.7 + Red Hat 6.2 + pcmcia-cs-3.1.22 but only talking
to an access point (an Apple Airport in this case) running in Infrastructure
> I have not been able to make it work in Ad-hoc mode, but I've not been
able to track it down to be sure what the problem is, but I see the same
> p80211knetdev_hard_start_xmit: Tx attempt prior to association, frame
> This is why I've been asking for some documention on wlanctl-ng so I can
do some experiements, but no one has answered my plea yet...
> Robert J. Berger - UltraDevices, Inc.
> 257 Castro Street #223 Mt. View, CA 94041-1286
> Email: rbergerultradevices.com http://www.ultradevices.com
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