Here's how I set mine up:

In /etc/rc.conf:

No luck. (Using ath0 as opposed to wi0, as is apparently necessary...)

I next creat a file called /etc/start_if.wi0 with the line:
ifconfig wi0 ssid somessid wepmode on wepkey 0xsomewepkey

That's all I do. And it all works well.

Lucky. ;p


Is your wireless router setup to be DHCP on the cat5 end?

It is.


Thanks for your thoughts.

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