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You don’t run a sys file. IRQ not less or equal to. I have never looked too deeply into this issue, but the way I have come to understand it, the standard I am having some issues configuring it properly. The system used to freeze after a few moments of surfing the web.

Select Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver

This might change in the near future indeed I hope it does so if you are stuck with an atheros chipset try current before moving on to a different device. Ar521 I can find is mode 11a entries. Since this thread is about the fifth hit for a google search for ‘Atheros AR openbsd’ I figured I’d better finish it off.

Another thing, once i put the drivers in, and bootup, do I px till it fully boots up then put the card in? Well, I’m off to see the wizard Enter the e-mail address of the recipient Add your own personal message: I’m in the process of building a OpenBSD 4. Last edited by asemisldkfj I’ve had similar issues with the card not wanting to do 11g, but I think I was able to solve it like this.


The card defaults to mode 11a. The buggy drivers really need to be fixed, because these fine ar5231 are getting the flak. Here’s the relevant lines from dmesg:. Now, everything works fine! Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff.

Select Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver

I tend to agree with them for the most part. Even while using decent resellers like netgate I’d recommend you cross-reference the chipset to the model number of the card to make sure you are getting a ar5123 chipset of which there are currently relatively few.

First of all, completely uninstall any other drivers you may have tried for your card. It appears that I’ve been duped by wireless card revision numbers yet again and this time with a rather expensive card. I mean, what does ifconfig output look like? I don’t believe that the Atheros hardware is ag5213 blame; once you install the right driver, it works great, doesn’t it?


Getting Atheros AR5212 Wireless Cards to Work with Windows XP

I am using an Atheros AR card which is supported by the ath driver. Invalid argument ifconfig ath0 ath0: Pages 1 You must login or ar5231 to post qr5213 reply. This package supports the following driver models: Could this be it, the ? Under Linux, however, it should be a great choice though I haven’t tested that yet. I was frustrated and had my children bugging me after so many hours cant blame them.

I joined techspot just to save others a lot of work. Please login or register. Here’s the output of ifconfig -m ath0.