On Sun, 04 Sep 2005 the mental interface of
gm c told:
> > > >
> > > > when I iwconfig eth1 the ap is all 4's or all 0's. If I
> > iwconfig
> > > > essid, mode, key, and ap the ap is not get recognized.
> > > > what am I missing???
> I am not using extreme card, but orig. I am loading airport module.
> modprobe airport --which also loads orinoco and yenta-socket also
> pcmcia and pcmcia_card and hermes.
> With the neccessary modules loaded I should see an ap number when I
> iwconfig eth1..
I am not shure, but doesn't be the wireless-device wlanX and not
On my system (Pismo g3 iBook 600) my airport card is eth0, eth1 is my ethernet port.
I never used iwconfig, simply set the options I posted previously, directly in /etc/network/interfaces, then ran
Isn't wireless-ap for an access point? If you're only using a base station, and not using an access point, I don't think you need that in there.
I'm not sure, I'm just using a D-Link wireless router here, and have never used Apple's base station.