Re: [Fwd: Re: Getting connected to Verizon 3G network -UPDATE]
Stan Hoeppner wrote:
Wayne <firstname.lastname@example.org> put forth on 1/1/2010 8:56 AM:
If that data is accurate...
1. Your wired ethernet card is using 192.168.1.11
2. Your Atheros card is being assigned 192.168.1.3
The wired NIC is first in the binding order and thus first in the routing table.
Your packets for the local subnet will never go out the Atheros card, but the
Have you done any testing by hard disabling all network devices in the system
except the Atheros card?
shows 4 network devices, 3 of which are actively sending/receiving packets, one
of which is on the same subnet as the wireless device you can't seem to get working.
Additionally the Atheros shows 0/70 link quality and a S/N of 1:1. It can't be
connected to the AP with those numbers--they can't be any worse. The driver
shows no association, and that makes sense looking at those RF numbers.
Curiously, given the transceiver can't discern anything from the AP RF signals,
you still managed to get a dhcp ack with an assignment of 192.1681.3. How is
that possible when you don't even have a radio link to the AP?
Is all of the data shown in WICD.info.gz from the same point in time?
Note that I added a wicd.png to the mix. When I went back to grb that
snapshot the ip address had changed from 192.168.1.4 to 1.5. At that
time the XP box showed that the users went from 3 to 2.
This is NUTS!!