Please file PR entries for each of the problems you're seeing.

I don't use the USB devices and I have my hands full with the atheros and
Intel stuff as it is.


On Sep 7, 2014 10:47 PM, "Matthias Apitz" <> wrote:

> El día Sunday, September 07, 2014 a las 07:36:27PM -0700, Adrian Chadd
> escribió:
> > > I think what you are relating here is what I observed recently too.
> > > Sorry, I'm new to FreeBSD. Just installed it recently, and I noticed
> > > that after I left it idle (I went to do something for some hours) for
> > > some time it lost the connection. Only rebooting makes it connect
> > > again to my network.
> >
> > Which NIC are you seeing this on?
> Hi,
> I do not know if this helps. I adquired some weeks ago a small USB
> adapter which presents itself in HEAD as:
> ugen4.4: <vendor 0x7392> at usbus4
> urtwn0: <vendor 0x7392 product 0x7811, class 0/0, rev 2.00/2.00, addr 4>
> on usbus4
> urtwn0: MAC/BB RTL8188CUS, RF 6052 1T1R
> wlan0: Ethernet address: 80:1f:02:ee:16:37
> I have no problems at all at my home AP (doing WPA PSK). The 'dongle' is
> very small, only 5-6mm are looking out of the laptop after you plug it
> in. The 6 euro investment ended all my searches to get the laptop's
> Broadcom BCM4312 working.
> I only encountered one problem while traveling through Italy in a hotel:
> They gave me a piece of paper saying "Password: "N@tur%Wieser"  and I
> could not construct a good /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf to connect
> correctly. I could figure out the SSID of the AP ("Naturhotel Wieserhof")
> and tried a lot of network={ ... } settings, nothing worked. Sometimes
> I could associate and got an IP addr from the AP, but only in places
> where the hotel said it should not work (im my room). In places where it
> should work (in the lobby) I could not even associate. I have a lot of
> wpa_supplicant debug if someone is willing to check for details. At the
> end I was frustated and gave up, more frustated due to the fact that all
> the other clients with their stupid smartphones did not have had any
> problem at all :-(
>         matthias
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