What's the pci id string? Pciconf -lv
On Dec 2, 2013 11:48 PM, "R. Tyler Croy" <ty...@monkeypox.org> wrote:
> I recently installed FreeBSD 10.0-BETA3 onto my Thinkpad X200, everything
> largely running fine except the wireless performance leaves a lot to be
> I've got an older Thinkpad T43 running -CURRENT next to the X200 in the
> exact room, same distance from the AP, but with an iwi(4) card in it.
> The T43 will download large files between 100-200KB/s, and the "media"
> mode for
> wlan0 is "OFDM/48Mbps" which seems non-crazy.
> The X200 however will get between 20-90KB/s on the same files, and the
> mode will oscillate *dramatically* during the transfer. I've watched it go
> OFDM/54Mbps, down to 48Mbps, to 16Mbps, to DS/1Mbps which is where it
> seems to
> I've started looking at the output of wlanstats(1) and nothing jumps out
> at me,
> then again, I'm a noob so what do I know:
> [23:35:28] tyler:~ $ wlanstats
> 8 rx frame too short
> 30 rx from wrong bssid
> 802156 rx discard 'cuz dup
> 4 rx discard 'cuz mcast echo
> 172272 rx beacon frames
> 175177 rx element unknown
> 996 rx frame chan mismatch
> 61 rx seq# violation (TKIP)
> 42 active scans started
> 41 background scans started
> 1072961 tkip crypto done in s/w
> 405918 tkip tx MIC done in s/w
> 667043 tkip rx MIC done in s/w
> 173976 rx management frames
> 667045 total data frames received
> 663976 unicast data frames received
> 3069 multicast data frames received
> 406278 total data frames transmit
> 405920 unicast data frames sent
> 1M current transmit rate
> 22 current rssi
> -86 current noise floor (dBm)
> -64 current signal (dBm)
> The only thing that looks removely suspicious is the "rx discard" segment,
> again, I plead noob.
> Any pointers would be useful and appreciated!
> - R. Tyler Croy
> Code: https://github.com/rtyler
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