On 2014/02/18 14:17, Alex Deiter wrote:
Hello,


Hi Alex,


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

I have an ZyxXEL NWD2705 working fine.  It has the exact same chipset as
the ASUS USB-N66.  So far I haven't been able to come up with a good
solution to your problem.  I purchased the ASUS USB-N66 and will arrive
in the next couple of days.  Hope I could find a new interesting bug :-)


Thank you!

    Kevin

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