I actually resolved the issues described. I don't know if this was the
true source of the disfunctional AP services, however, when I turned off
routed all became sound again. I had also rebuilt world, and installed
a newly compiled version of 6-stable, however, that still did not
resolve the issues as of the previous email. I wanted to research what
may have caused this issue, since I will likely see it again, especially
if there is some misscommunication with routed and hostapd
Martes G Wigglesworth, CEO
On Mon, 2008-03-31 at 07:34 +0200, Ashant Chalasani wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 6:37 PM, Martes G Wigglesworth
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I am running 6-Stable on an old Pentium III 800MHz box for routing and
> > wireless access point services. I am unable to maintain a concurrent
> > conection with the wireless link. The system seems to run fine without
> > authentication, however, when using hostapd I get the following error
> > message on std output. I am not familiar with driver troubleshooting,
> > or hostapd code, so if someone could point me in the correct direction,
> > I would appreciate the assistance.
> I've seen this happen with 6.0-REL (Tinybsd 0.8 distribution) hostapd
> networks as well on a customer's network. I wasn't responsible for
> fixing the problem, but there was also a line of thought that the real
> culprit was the Windows CE supplicant.
> With 6.0-REL, we've had problems with WEP with the Intel Pro Wireless
> 3945ABG chipset on Window XP, but WPA and WPA-EAP worked fine.
> Also problematic with WEP was a hand-held Windows CE.
> We didn't get far with troubleshooting with the Tinybsd 0.8 distro,
> but upgrading to 0.9 helped alleviate the problem (although we are
> still testing the 0.9 system)
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