On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 08:09:24AM +0000, C. L. Martinez wrote:
> Hi all,
>  I would like to install OpenBSD on a HP Microserver Gen8 to act as a 
> firewall and hostap. I am searching what components I need and I have a doubt 
> about what wireless interface I need to buy to use it as a hostap under 
> OpenBSD.
>  I have found only these:
>  - Asus PCE-AC88 Wireless 5GHz PCI-E AC3100
>  - Asus PCE-AC68 PCI-E WiFi Dual-Band AC1900
>  Searching in ASUS's web, I didn't find any info about what chip use these 
> adapters. Are they supported under OpenBSD? Do you recommend any other 
> wireless adpater (PCI-e)?? Throughput needs to be 300 Mbps, at least.
> Thanks.

I'm afraid you won't get 300 Mbps from any wifi device on OpenBSD.
Our 802.11n support is still in very early stages.

The best access point OpenBSD can offer uses obsolete AR9280 Atheros
hardware with 802.11a data rates (theoretical maximum 54Mbit/s).
802.11n is not yet supported by any driver which has hostap support.

For your kinds of requirements, the best solution is an external
access point connected to your OpenBSD box with gigabit ethernet.

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