Kevin Oberman wrote: > When I see this I can reach some LAN hosts, but not others. I can > always seem to reach the access point. I can usually, but not always, > reach most other systems on the LAN, but not the gateway router, a > Sonic Wall firewall. I have logged onto another system and then > connected to the firewall, so it looks like the physical path is OK. > > The problem is intermittent and I have only scattered data. I've been > seeing it sice about the beginning of October. I was blaming it on > hardware, but now that I see these reports, maybe it's not. (I just > replaced my Apple Airport AP with a D-Link, so there is something to > suspect.) > > In may case things just start working again. The pause can vary from a > few seconds to about 10 minutes. netstat -rnf inet and arp -a output > both look to be fine.
What about your IP address and default route? I've seen wireless cards, especially IBM ones, fail to get good signal, leaving you with a link.local address, or a valid address, but no default route. This may be your problem here. You might want to "just put the AirPort back"... -- Terry _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"