Thanks all for the reply. I got 1 Aironet 340 pccard
However, I can not get two work together. I need to
wireless interfaces, and when I inserted the 2nd
Aironet 340 pccard, it complains "No free
configuration for card Cisco Systems". Could anyone
Another question, I tried to use 1 IP address for two
network interface, 1 wired, 1 wireless. amazingly both
interface can send and receive packets at the same
time. while I tried with two wired interface, it can
only send from 1 interface and receive from another.
Could anyone explain what should be the right scenario
in this case: one static IP address for two network
interface? why wired and wireless cards give different
Thanks in advance,
--- Warner Losh <email@example.com> wrote:
> In message
> Guangrui Fu writes:
> : Could anyone please let me know how to install
> : Aironet 340 wireless pccard in FreeBSD 4.2?
> Assuming that you have a properly configure pccard
> Remove it from the wrappings and slide it into the
> I had to ancontrol the network name to be "" rather
> than ANY since ANY
> didn't seem to work. Other than that, I've had good
> luck with these
> cards in infrastructure mode.
> I've had zero luck with them in ad-hoc mode.
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