.. and which chipset? (dmesg | grep urtwn)


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On 30 August 2016 at 16:32, Adrian Chadd <adrian.ch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hi,
>
> What's the signal level? (ifconfig -v wlan0 list sta)
>
>
>
> -a
>
>
> On 30 August 2016 at 12:21, Andriy Voskoboinyk <a...@freebsd.org> wrote:
>> Tue, 30 Aug 2016 21:33:28 +0300 було написано Otacílio
>> <otacilio.n...@bsd.com.br>:
>>
>> I have no ideas here (it works (mostly) fine on x86 and I have no
>> possibility
>> to check it with ARM).
>>
>> P.S. Other (ARM-specific?) issues:
>> https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-arm/2016-July/014382.html
>> https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/57396
>>
>>
>>
>>> Dears
>>>
>>> I'm using a beaglebone black to stream video over UDP. I wrote a software
>>> and have tested it using a urtwn device + webcam Logitech C920. All is
>>> connected using a USB hub with external power source. So urtwn and webcam,
>>> both are plugged in the same USB hub. When I plug the hub and run my
>>> software on a old notebook intel centrino with FreeBSD 11.0-RC2 AMD64 all
>>> works fine. Last night the system stream video all night. But, when I
>>> replace the notebook by beaglebone black running FreeBSD 11.0-RC1 with the
>>> same USB HUB, the same wrtwn device and same camera, randomly after some
>>> time the beaglebone black network shutdown and terminal shows this messages
>>> :
>>>
>>>
>>> Network is down
>>> % urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>> urtwn0: ieee80211_crypto_encap returns NULL.
>>>
>>> Then, I need to run
>>>
>>> /etc/rc.d/netif stop
>>>
>>> /etc/rc.d/netif start
>>>
>>> To enable network again. So, someone can give me a hit about what can be
>>> this and how to fix?
>>>
>>> Thanks a lot
>>>
>>> []'s
>>>
>>> -Otacilio
>>>
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