On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 9:43 PM, Adrian Chadd <adr...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> ... sounds like a definite interrupt routing issue.
>
> Who's been knee deep in the interrupt handling code in MIPS lately? Grrr.
> I know there's been some FDT work in MIPS and that's touched some
> interrupt code.. maybe that's interfering?

I am not sure, I just re-compiled my kernel for RSPRO and it seems to work.

I install openwrt on rb433ah and ath0 associated ok. and I could ping
between RSPRO(FreeBSD) and RB433AH(Openwrt). RSPRO and non working
RB433AH  running same kernel r243866.

Attached is my kernel config & hints. ( I am "playing around" with the
ar71xx_spi but that should not effect the pci code, I hope).

#
# AR71XX -- Kernel configuration file for FreeBSD/MIPS for Atheros 71xx systems
#
# This includes all the common drivers for the AR71XX boards along with
# the usb, net80211 and atheros driver code.
#
# $FreeBSD$
#

machine         mips mips
ident           RB433AH_MFS
cpu             CPU_MIPS4KC
makeoptions     KERNLOADADDR=0x80050000
options         HZ=1000
options         HWPMC_HOOKS

files           "../atheros/files.ar71xx"

# For now, hints are per-board.

hints           "RB433AH.hints"

makeoptions     DEBUG=-g                #Build kernel with gdb(1) debug symbols

# Build these as modules so small platform builds will have the
# modules already built.
makeoptions     MODULES_OVERRIDE="random gpio ar71xx if_gif if_gre
if_bridge bridgestp usb wlan wlan_xauth wlan_acl wlan_wep wlan_tkip
wlan_ccmp wlan_rssadapt wlan_amrr ath ath_pci"

options         DDB
options         KDB

options         SCHED_4BSD              #4BSD scheduler
options         INET                    #InterNETworking
#options                INET6                   # IPv6

# options               NFS_CL          #Network Filesystem Client

options         PSEUDOFS                #Pseudo-filesystem framework
options         _KPOSIX_PRIORITY_SCHEDULING #Posix P1003_1B real-time extensions

# options               NFS_LEGACYRPC
# Debugging for use in -current
options         INVARIANTS
options         INVARIANT_SUPPORT
options         WITNESS
options         WITNESS_SKIPSPIN
options         DEBUG_REDZONE
options         DEBUG_MEMGUARD

options         FFS                     #Berkeley Fast Filesystem
# options         SOFTUPDATES             #Enable FFS soft updates support
# options         UFS_ACL                 #Support for access control lists
# options         UFS_DIRHASH             #Improve performance on big
directories
# options               MSDOSFS                 # Read MSDOS filesystems; 
useful for USB/CF

device          pci
device          ar71xx_pci

# RTC - requires hackery in the spibus code to work
device          pcf2123_rtc

# GEOM modules
device          geom_redboot    # to get access to the SPI flash partitions
device          geom_uzip       # compressed in-memory filesystem hackery!
device          geom_map
options         GEOM_UZIP

# NANDFS
options         NANDFS

## Boot from the first MFS uzip
#options                ROOTDEVNAME=\"ufs:md0.uzip\"
#options                MD_ROOT
#options                MD_ROOT_SIZE="9000"

# Boot from NFS
options         NFSLOCKD                #Network Lock Manager
options         NFSCLIENT               #Network Filesystem Client
options         NFS_ROOT

options         BOOTP
options         BOOTP_NFSROOT
options         BOOTP_NFSV3
options         BOOTP_WIRED_TO=arge1
options         BOOTP_COMPAT
options         ROOTDEVNAME=\"nfs:172.16.0.101:/usr/obj/rb433ah/nfs\"


# 802.11 framework
options         IEEE80211_DEBUG
options         IEEE80211_ALQ
options         IEEE80211_SUPPORT_MESH
# This option is currently broken for if_ath_tx.
options         IEEE80211_SUPPORT_TDMA
options         IEEE80211_AMPDU_AGE
device          wlan            # 802.11 support
device          wlan_wep        # 802.11 WEP support
device          wlan_ccmp       # 802.11 CCMP support
device          wlan_tkip       # 802.11 TKIP support
device          wlan_xauth      # 802.11 hostap support
device          wlan_acl        # 802.11 ACL support

# Atheros wireless NICs
device          ath             # Atheros interface support
device          ath_pci         # Atheros PCI/Cardbus bus
options         ATH_DEBUG
options         ATH_DIAGAPI
options         ATH_ENABLE_11N
options         AH_DEBUG
options         AH_DEBUG_ALQ
options         ALQ
device          ath_hal
option          AH_SUPPORT_AR5416
device          ath_rate_sample
option          AH_RXCFG_SDMAMW_4BYTES
option          AH_AR5416_INTERRUPT_MITIGATION
# There's no DFS radar detection support yet so this won't actually
# detect radars.  It however does enable the rest of the channel change
# machinery so DFS can be debugged.
option          ATH_ENABLE_DFS

device          mii
device          arge
#options                ARGE_DEBUG      # Enable if_arge debugging for now

#device         usb
#options                USB_EHCI_BIG_ENDIAN_DESC        # handle big-endian 
byte order
#options                USB_DEBUG
#options                USB_HOST_ALIGN=32               # AR71XX (MIPS in 
general?) requires this
#device         ehci

device          scbus
#device         umass
device          da

device          rb4xx

# On-board SPI flash
device          spibus
device          ar71xx_spi
device          mmc
device          mmcsd
device          mmcspi
device          mx25l
device          nand
device          ar71xx_wdog

device          uart
device          uart_ar71xx

device          loop
device          ether
device          md
device          bpf
device          random
device          if_bridge
device          gif             # ip[46] in ip[46] tunneling protocol
device          gre             # generic encapsulation - only for IPv4 in IPv4 
though atm

# Enable GPIO
device          gpio
device          gpioled

options         AR71XX_ROUTERBOOT


# $FreeBSD$
hint.apb.0.at="nexus0"
hint.apb.0.irq=4

# uart0
hint.uart.0.at="apb0"
# see atheros/uart_cpu_ar71xx.c why +3
hint.uart.0.maddr=0x18020003
hint.uart.0.msize=0x18
hint.uart.0.irq=3

#ohci
#hint.ohci.0.at="apb0"
#hint.ohci.0.maddr=0x1c000000
#hint.ohci.0.msize=0x01000000
#hint.ohci.0.irq=6

#ehci
#hint.ehci.0.at="nexus0"
#hint.ehci.0.maddr=0x1b000000
#hint.ehci.0.msize=0x01000000
#hint.ehci.0.irq=1

# pci
hint.pcib.0.at="nexus0"
hint.pcib.0.irq=0

hint.arge.0.at="nexus0"
hint.arge.0.maddr=0x19000000
hint.arge.0.msize=0x1000
hint.arge.0.irq=2
# PHY4 = 1 << 4
hint.arge.0.phymask=0x10
# Uncomment this hint for RS (not PRO)
# PHY20 = 1 << 20
# hint.arge.0.phymask=0x100000
hint.ukphy.0.at="miibus0"

hint.arge.1.at="nexus0"
hint.arge.1.maddr=0x1a000000
hint.arge.1.msize=0x1000
hint.arge.1.irq=3
# PHY1, PHY2, PHY3
hint.arge.1.phymask=0x00
# should be 100 for RS
#hint.arge.1.media=100
#hint.arge.1.fduplex=1
# Uncomment this hint for RS (not PRO)
# hint.arge.1.phymask=70000

# SPI flash
hint.spi.0.at="nexus0"
hint.spi.0.maddr=0x1f000000
hint.spi.0.msize=0x10

hint.mx25l.0.at="spibus0"
hint.mx25l.0.cs=1

hint.rb_cpldbus.0.at="spibus0"
hint.rb_cpldbus.0.cs=1
#
hint.onand.0.at="nandbus0"
hint.lnand.0.at="nandbus0"
hint.snand.0.at="nandbus0"

hint.flash.0.at="nand0"
hint.flash.0.size="0x40000"
hint.flash.0.offset="0"
hint.flash.0.name="bootloader"
hint.flash.1.at="nand0"
hint.flash.1.size="0x3c0000"
hint.flash.1.offset="0x40000"
hint.flash.1.name="kernelfs"
hint.flash.2.at="nand0"
hint.flash.2.size="0"
hint.flash.2.offset="0x400000"
hint.flash.2.name="rootfs"

hint.ar71xx_gpio.0.at="nexus0"

#hint.rb_nandbusy.0.at="gpiobus0"

hint.mmcspi.0.at="spibus0"
hint.mmcspi.0.cs=2

# Watchdog
hint.ar71xx_wdog.0.at="nexus0"


br,

>
>
> Adrian
>
>
> On 2 January 2013 12:40, Monthadar Al Jaberi <montha...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I tested some more. First I changed the miniPCI slot. Now boot looks like 
>> this:
>>
>> pcib0 at irq 0 on nexus0
>> pci0: <PCI bus> on pcib0
>> ath0: <Atheros 5413> irq 2 at device 19.0 on pci0
>> ath0: AR5413 mac 10.5 RF5413 phy 6.1
>> ath0: 2GHz radio: 0x0000; 5GHz radio: 0x0063
>>
>>
>> Then I created a hostap. But none of my other devices sees it (laptop, 
>> iphone).
>>
>> A scan results in:
>>
>> # ifconfig wlan0 scan
>> wlan0: ieee80211_scanreq: flags 0x1b duration 0x7fffffff mindwell 0
>> maxdwell 0 nssid 0
>> wlan0: start_scan_locked: active scan, duration 2147483647 mindwell 0
>> maxdwell 0, desired mode 11g, append, nopick, once
>> wlan0: scan set 11g dwell min 200ms max 200ms
>> wlan0: scan_task: chan  11g ->  11g [active, dwell min 200ms max 200ms]
>> wlan0: ieee80211_ref_node (ieee80211_send_probereq:1822)
>> 0xc6f27000<00:15:6d:67:21:8d> refcnt 4
>> wlan0: send probe req on channel 11 bssid ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff ssid ""
>> wlan0: scan_task: done, [ticks 2657909, dwell min 200 scanend 2150141333]
>> wlan0: notify scan done
>> root@rb433ah:~ # ath0: device timeout
>>
>> And when I try to ping a random IP address I get the following.
>> Interesting is that it seems to "bail out" when it tries to send
>> probe_resp (last in output):
>> $ ping -c 1 172.168.3.2
>> PING 172.168.3.2 (172.168.3.2): 56 data bytes
>> ath0: device timeout
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 46
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 13
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 00:11:50:4d:c5:08 rssi 8
>> wlan0: [00:11:50:4d:c5:08] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 40
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 12
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [94:0c:6d:ad:61:18] discard frame, not to bss
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 13
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 48
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received probe_req from 00:16:cf:3c:f7:7f rssi 2
>> [00:16:cf:3c:f7:7f] discard probe_req frame, ssid mismatch:
>> 0x9ccca48e6a3b0c7f661c24413d7b9e54c5e59ddbe0c2bd96a2e65410b662f71a
>> wlan0: received probe_req from 00:16:cf:3c:f7:7f rssi 5
>> [00:16:cf:3c:f7:7f] discard probe_req frame, ssid mismatch: "default"
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 12
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received probe_req from 00:16:cf:3c:f7:7f rssi 4
>> [00:16:cf:3c:f7:7f] discard probe_req frame, ssid mismatch: "default"
>> wlan0: received beacon from 00:11:50:4d:c5:08 rssi 9
>> wlan0: [00:11:50:4d:c5:08] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 46
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 40
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 43
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 12
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 40
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 12
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 45
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 13
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 13
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 13
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 47
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 12
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received beacon from 28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec rssi 44
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 51, len 
>> 8
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard unhandled information element, id 11, len 
>> 5
>> wlan0: [28:10:7b:8e:7a:ec] discard beacon frame, for off-channel 10
>> wlan0: received beacon from 74:44:01:2d:cb:5e rssi 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 47, len 
>> 1
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 74, len 
>> 14
>> wlan0: [74:44:01:2d:cb:5e] discard unhandled information element, id 127, 
>> len 1
>> wlan0: received probe_req from 00:aa:70:77:bd:77 rssi 0
>> wlan0: [00:aa:70:77:bd:77] recv probe req
>> wlan0: ieee80211_ref_node (ieee80211_send_proberesp:2489)
>> 0xc6f27000<00:15:6d:67:21:8d> refcnt 5
>> wlan0: send probe resp on channel 11 to 00:aa:70:77:bd:77
>> ath0: ath_raw_xmit: sc_inreset_cnt > 0; bailing
>> ....
>>
>>
>> On Tue, Jan 1, 2013 at 7:33 PM, Monthadar Al Jaberi <montha...@gmail.com> 
>> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> ath(4) failed to attach on my Routerboard RB433AH running FreeBSD
>>> current. This is what I got during boo-up.
>>>
>>> pcib0 at irq 0 on nexus0
>>> pci0: <PCI bus> on pcib0
>>> ath0: <Atheros 5413> irq 3 at device 20.0 on pci0
>>> ath0: could not map interrupt
>>> device_attach: ath0 attach returned 6
>>>
>>> Any idea why? Anyone else is running ath(4) on this board? My wifi
>>> card is a Ubiquity X2 with AR5413 chip.
>>>
>>> br,
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Monthadar Al Jaberi
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