The stack supports 11n.
There's a bunch of 11n capable PCI/PCIe and USB hardware.
All the Atheros PCI/PCIe 11n hardware is supported.
I'm fixing up the intel support to do 11n "right".
Which version of FreeBSD are you using? You should be running 10.0 for
On 13 November 2013 13:40, Thomas Mueller <mueller6...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
> 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
> 802.11b is good for a paperweight,
> 802.11g is good for a replacement paperweight,
> 802.11n is good,
> 802.11ac is better yet.
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