It's a new driver, not ath. ath is for 11abgn chips, not 11ac.
I'm still working on the ath10k port. :-) It's at the point where I
can use it daily and it's /mostly/ okay, however there are still
plenty of missing things in the net80211 stack for 11ac support.
I think it's good enough for basic station use, as long as you don't
want to do lots of traffic. It's just not in a very committable form
right now. I promise to commit it soon though and do further work in
On 14 March 2017 at 19:13, Darren via freebsd-wireless
> I have noticed some posts about having a QCA9880 chip working with wireless,
> or wanting alpha testers.
> This is my QCA9880 card:
> which runs using the linux ath10k
> result of pciconf -lv:
> none2@pci0:6:0:0: class=0x028000 card=0xd03c19b6 chip=0x003c168c rev=0x00
> vendor = 'Qualcomm Atheros'
> device = 'QCA986x/988x 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter'
> class = network
> added extra options to kernel as requested:
> options ATH_ENABLE_11N # Enable 802.11n support for AR5416
> and later
> options AH_DEBUG #Adrian Chadd
> options ATH_DEBUG #Adrian Chadd
> options ATH_DIAGAPI #Adrian Chadd
> Compiled and svned today:
> FreeBSD asrock 12.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT #0 r315282: Tue Mar 14
> 21:08:43 EDT 2017 darren@asrock:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/DARREN amd64
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