Hi!

THanks for the report!

This is my fault. But, is bwi actually doing 11n rates?


On 11 August 2013 09:50, Julio Merino <ju...@meroh.net> wrote:

>  bwi0: firmware rev 0x0127, patch level 0x000e
>  panic: rate 130 is basic/mcs?

See, that's just odd. If it's a non-11n (MCS) rate, then it should be
2x the speed, which is 65MBit - which is odd, as that looks more like
an MCS rate speed than what the NIC should do.

Can you get a crashdump?

(Can someone send me a bwi NIC for a PC?)

-adrian

>  cpuid = 0
>  KDB: stack backtrace:
>  0x...: at .kdb_backtrace
>  0x...: at .vpanic
>  0x...: at .kassert_panic
>  0x...: at .bwi_mac_set_ackrates
>  0x...: at .bwi_mac_init
>  0x...: at .bwi_init_statechg
>  0x...: at .bwi_ioctl
>  0x...: at .parent_updown
>  0x...: at .taskqueue_run_locked
>  0x...: at .taskqueue_thread_loop
>  0x...: at .fork_exit
>  0x...: at .fork_trampoline
>  0x...: at fffffffffffffffc
>  KDB: enter: panic
>  [ thread pid 0 tid 100100 ]
>  Stopped at 0x...
>
>  --
>  Julio Merino / @jmmv
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