Bruce A. Mah writes:
| 1. Seems like I needed to ifconfig the interface up before my other
| commands would take effect. I don't recall needing to do any such
| thing with the old driver before I could do ancontrol. Is this a
| change in behavior or did I miss something?
I fixed this and Archie put it in -current and after 4.3 goes out he should
MFC it. In the interim try the patch at:
it has some new features such as enabling promiscuous mode from Allan Saddi!
| WEP Key status:
| Key 0 is set 40 bits
| Key 1 is set 128 bits
| Key 2 is set 40 bits
| Key 3 is unset
| The active transmit key is 2
| If I had to guess, I'd say that if there is an array of WEP keys, the
| programs are starting to read one key too late into the array when they
| display them. There also seems to be a little disagreement as to
| whether keys are numbered starting from 0 or 1.
Well I can't see that since it's not an array and the values come
from iterating through Cisco's API and a direct query for the
transmit key. Look at ancontrol for the ugly & secret details!
FYI from my laptop:
WEP Key status:
Key 0 is set 128 bits
Key 1 is set 40 bits
Key 2 is unset
Key 3 is unset
The active transmit key is 0
This corresponds to my Win 98 setting even when I twiddled things around
and add things to verify it. It was a 1:1 mapping between the configuration
utility and ancontrol. I'm also looking at running the Cisco for Linux
configuration utilities under FreeBSD's Linux emulation. However,
I can't get them to work under Linux (well I'm Linux challenged ...
where's "make world"). I've heard they have lots of features but
won't release the source for these utilities :-( Atleast the driver
source is available so we should be able to emulate the Linux ioctls
that they use :-)
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