This is a discussion on Re: iwn no-link with latest kernel - FreeBSD ; > I noticed several times that ndis always do something like this without real reason: > associate->disassociate and than associate again. (in very short interval) It happens with me as well. Could we revert iwn back to the point before ...
> I noticed several times that ndis always do something like this without
> associate->disassociate and than associate again. (in very short
It happens with me as well. Could we revert iwn back to the point before
I cvsup'd and rebuilt and this time, remarkably, I could see my wifi LED
blink during startup, after which it died.
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