Is there any support for 802.11n in FreeBSD?

I notice at least some of the drivers support b and g but not n.

This is also true on NetBSD and OpenBSD.

Is this particular to some particular drivers such as rsu and urtwn or is it 
more general, BSD-wide?

I've been unable to pick up any network scanning from FreeBSD with rsu (Hiro 
50191 USB-stick adapter, chipset RTL8191SU).

I wonder if this could be dus to limitations of b and g.

>From D-Link

http://resource.dlink.com/articles/buying-guides/router-wireless-adapter-buying-guide/

802.11b is good for a paperweight, 
802.11g is good for a replacement paperweight,
802.11n is good,
802.11ac is better yet.


Tom

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