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Probably there is also an issue with the module you compiled.
Can you post the Quality of the link when you are near the AP, the
version of the madwifi you are using and which mask for the packages?
On 4/18/05, Rob <rob@...> wrote:
> Rob wrote:
> > Jordi Molina wrote:
> >> I'm not a guru setting up MadDriver, but at the physical layer I see
> >> that you have:
> >> Link Quality=16/94
> >> This is _very_ low, normally I won't expect success in data
> >> transmission with a quality below 50%.
> >> I also see that you are connected at 36 MBps, this can be due to the
> >> low quality in signal also.
> >> I recommend you disabling the WEP encryption until you set up the
> >> connection correctly, just to make things easier. Then you can also
> >> try to:
> >> - Fix the transmit rate in Atheros config file: try first to fix it to
> >> 11M and then check the link quality. Keep increasing it until you see
> >> that the quality decreases
> >> - If you're using dhcp ensure that you've obtained a valid ip from the
> >> server
> >> That's all :)
> >> Hope it helps you
> >> cheers
> > Hi Jordi,
> > I have confirmed that my laptop works with WiFi when WEP is disabled.
> > However, setting the transmit rate to 11mb/s didn't do anything.
> > It does appear though, that with WEP, the laptop hangs at the DHCP
> > stage, where it finally times out. I assume thats the first time the
> > WiFi system attempts to send or receive data.
> > I will try to get closer to the access point to see if it is just a
> > problem of signal levels. However, in Windoze, I have plenty of signal.
> > If all else fails I may try alternate means to get it running.
> > Thanks! Rob
> Right next to the access point I am still having problems. I think
> there is something wrong with the WEP function. Rob.
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