Hello,

Thank you for your advice!
I found a workaround:

# ifconfig wlan0 create wlandev run0

then wait 5 minutes ;-)

and only thereafter:

# ifconfig wlan0 up

run0: <1.0> on usbus1
run0: MAC/BBP RT3593 (rev 0x0402), RF RT3053 (MIMO 3T3R), address
30:85:a9:f4:52:bd
uhid0: <vendor 0x04d9 USB Keyboard, class 0/0, rev 1.10/1.01, addr 4> on
usbus1
wlan0: Ethernet address: 30:85:a9:f4:52:bd
run0: firmware RT3071 ver. 0.33 loaded

But found another issue: ifconfig wlan0 list scan command does not show any
results:

root@test:~ # ifconfig wlan0 list scan
root@test:~ #

root@test:~ # wlandebug -i wlan0 scan
net.wlan.0.debug: 0x0 => 0x200000<scan>

wlan0: sta_pick_bss: no scan candidate
wlan0: scan_task: done, restart [ticks 487917, dwell min 20 scanend
2147963261]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 140a ->   1g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan   1g ->   6g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan   6g ->  11g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  11g ->   7g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan   7g ->  52a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  52a ->  56a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  56a ->  60a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  60a ->  64a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  64a ->  36a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  36a ->  40a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  40a ->  44a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  44a ->  48a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  48a ->   2g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan   2g ->   3g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan   3g ->   4g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan   4g ->   5g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan   5g ->   8g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan   8g ->   9g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan   9g ->  10g [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan  10g -> 149a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 149a -> 153a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 153a -> 157a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 157a -> 161a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 161a -> 100a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 100a -> 104a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 104a -> 108a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 108a -> 112a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 112a -> 116a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 116a -> 120a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 120a -> 124a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 124a -> 128a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 128a -> 132a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 132a -> 136a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: scan_task: chan 136a -> 140a [active, dwell min 20ms max 200ms]
wlan0: sta_pick_bss: no scan candidate

Thank you!



2014-02-18 2:05 GMT+04:00 Waitman Gobble <uzi...@da3m0n8t3r.com>:

>
> On Mon, February 17, 2014 8:53 pm, Alex Deiter wrote:
> > Hello Kevin,
> >
> >
> > I'm trying to get ASUS USB-N66 USB wifi adapter working with FreeBSD
> > 11.0-CURRENT #0 r261642 amd64.
> > I plug the adapter and it seems to be recognized:
> >
> >
> > #dmesg
> > run0: <1.0> on usbus1
> > run0: MAC/BBP RT3593 (rev 0x0402), RF RT3053 (MIMO 3T3R), address
> > 30:85:a9:f4:52:bd
> > run0: 11a rates: 6Mbps 9Mbps 12Mbps 18Mbps 24Mbps 36Mbps 48Mbps 54Mbps
> > run0: 11b rates: 1Mbps 2Mbps 5.5Mbps 11Mbps
> > run0: 11g rates: 1Mbps 2Mbps 5.5Mbps 11Mbps 6Mbps 9Mbps 12Mbps 18Mbps
> > 24Mbps 36Mbps 48Mbps 54Mbps
> >
> >
> > I can create the wlan device:
> >
> >
> > # ifconfig wlan0
> > wlan0: flags=8802<BROADCAST,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> metric 0 mtu 1500
> > ether 30:85:a9:f4:52:bd nd6
> > options=29<PERFORMNUD,IFDISABLED,AUTO_LINKLOCAL> media: IEEE 802.11
> > Wireless Ethernet autoselect (autoselect)
> > status: no carrier
> > ssid "" channel 1 (2412 MHz 11b) country US authmode OPEN privacy OFF
> > txpower 0 bmiss 7 scanvalid 60 wme bintval 0
> >
> > # ifconfig wlan0 list caps
> >
> drivercaps=d85c501<STA,IBSS,HOSTAP,SHSLOT,SHPREAMBLE,MONITOR,MBSS,WPA1,WPA
> > 2,WME,WDS>
> > cryptocaps=1b<WEP,TKIP,AES_CCM,TKIPMIC>
> >
> > But got an error when interface is up:
> >
> >
> > # ifconfig wlan0 up scan
> > wlan0: bpf attached
> > wlan0: bpf attached
> > wlan0: Ethernet address: 30:85:a9:f4:52:bd
> > firmware: 'runfw' version 1: 8192 bytes loaded at 0xffffffff81c2d0a8
> > run0: could not load 8051 microcode
> >
> >
> > # usbconfig -d ugen1.3 dump_device_desc
> > ugen1.3: <802.11 n WLAN Ralink> at usbus1, cfg=0 md=HOST spd=HIGH
> > (480Mbps)
> > pwr=ON (450mA)
> >
> > bLength = 0x0012 bDescriptorType = 0x0001 bcdUSB = 0x0200 bDeviceClass =
> > 0x0000
> > bDeviceSubClass = 0x0000 bDeviceProtocol = 0x0000 bMaxPacketSize0 =
> 0x0040
> > idVendor = 0x0b05 idProduct = 0x17ad bcdDevice = 0x0101 iManufacturer =
> > 0x0001  <Ralink>
> > iProduct = 0x0002  <802.11 n WLAN> iSerialNumber = 0x0003  <1.0>
> > bNumConfigurations = 0x0001
> >
> > # kldstat
> > Id Refs Address            Size     Name
> > 1   12 0xffffffff80200000 196df88  kernel
> > 2    1 0xffffffff81c12000 17db4    if_run.ko
> > 3    1 0xffffffff81c2a000 2a45     uhid.ko
> > 4    1 0xffffffff81c2d000 26ea     runfw.ko
> >
> >
> > Kernel config: GENERIC.
> >
> >
> > I plug in the same adapter to a laptop with Windows 7, it successfully
> > shows the nearby access points and allows me to connect to one, so the
> > adapter is not broken. Any ideas for further troubleshooting are welcome.
> >
> >
> > Thank you!
> >
> >
> > --
> > Alex Deiter
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> >
>
> Alex,
>
> I've been using a device with the same chipset on HEAD without trouble.
> It's not ASUS but hmmm.  (i don't see a brand name on it anywhere but
> 'made in china'  is mighty prominent).
>
> # ifconfig wlan0 create wlandev run0 ssid "SSID"
> # wpa_supplicant -B -i wlan0 -c /etc/"SSID".conf
> # ifconfig wlan0 up
> # ifconfig wlan0 inet "IP" netmask 255.255.255.0
>
> this driver is in src/sys/dev/usb/wlan/if_run.c,
>
> RUN_DEV(RALINK,             RT3573),
>
> {should be supported}
>
> AFAIK there isn't a specific kernel option for the run device.
>
> > kldstat | grep run
> 12    1 0xffffffff81a14000 13309    if_run.ko
>
> you can take a look at
> #man runfw
>
> > find /boot/ | grep run
> /boot/kernel/if_run.ko
> /boot/kernel/runfw.ko
> /boot/kernel.old/if_run.ko
> /boot/kernel.old/runfw.ko
>
> I think the firmware should be in
> src/sys/contrib/dev/run
>
> --
> Waitman Gobble
> San Jose California USA
> +1.510-830-7975
>



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