This was what i found out yesterday. Setting the AP to 802.11g was the only way i could make it work. The sad part of this is that many public and other APs don't run 802.11g so this solution only helps on my own AP. Out of the house its not so easy to get a connection.
2008/5/14 Bryan DeLuca <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > On Sat, 6 Sep 2008 17:13:26 +0200 > "Daniel Hedblom" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > >> Im trying to get wifi going on my freerunner but i havent got any >> success yet at all. I have tried the various tips in the wiki but >> whatever i do packets seems to end up in the bit-bucket. Even as >> ifconfig shows packets going through eth0 both in and out nothing gets >> past the wireless driver when i check on the Wireless AP or on another >> computer with wireshark. Disabling usb0 and its default route havent >> helped. I regard myself as a pretty seasoned Linux user ( +10 years ) >> but this phone has me beaten for now. >> >> I have also tried with Trolltechs Qtopia image and i have the same >> problem there. Am i fighting windmills, just plain thick or is my wifi >> nic in the phone perhaps broken? >> > > I was having Wifi trouble under every distro until I remembered that I > disabled 802.11G on my AP. I'm pretty anal about how tightly configured my > AP is, which can shoot you in the foot if you forget all the fancy stuff you > setup months ago. Looks like the FreeRunner radio only supports G. After > that I had no problem connecting with WPA2. > > Hope this helps. > -Bryan > -- > Bryan DeLuca <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > _______________________________________________ > Openmoko community mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community > _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list email@example.com http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community