There are, but I've tried flipping it on and off to no avail. Also, the current 
setting is confirmed to be on in Linux. 

Just to make absolute certain I'm not screwing something up, what is the best 
way to see what the card is doing at the low level? 

On March 8, 2016 8:38:42 AM EST, Adrian Chadd <> wrote:
>i wonder if its an rfkill switch setting. Is there an rfkill switch or
>On 8 March 2016 at 05:29, Eric McCorkle <> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am trying to diagnose an issue with an Atheros 9462 card.  The card
>is being detected, and seemingly works (reports no errors with
>wpa_supplicant and friends), however, the radios seem completely
>nonfunctional, as the card doesn't actually transmit or receive
>anything (I checked by turning on packet logging and running
>> There are errors reported in pciconf (it claims they are correctable
>errors): receiver error, bad tlp, bad dllp.  The Bluetooth subsystem
>also suffered timeouts (very likely related).
>> I have confirmed this is not a hardware problem by booting into Linux
>with a live memstick and running a scan.
>> I'm looking for advise on likely root causes and how to go about
>diagnosing the problem (I've never diagnosed a problem on a *supported*
>card in FreeBSD before, so I'm relatively unfamiliar with the process).
>> Best,
>> Eric
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