Re: kern/149516: [ath] ath(4) hostap with fake MAC/BSSID results in station dropping packets when associated

2012-11-30 Thread Adrian Chadd
On 29 November 2012 22:58, Martin na...@web.de wrote: this is not good, if alternate MACs are not supported, because you also need them to configure multiple access points in hostapd. Take a look at the end of the hostapd.conf in examples. This definitely takes away features. Alternate MACs

Re: kern/149516: [ath] ath(4) hostap with fake MAC/BSSID results in station dropping packets when associated

2012-11-29 Thread Martin
The following reply was made to PR kern/149516; it has been noted by GNATS. From: Martin na...@web.de To: bug-follo...@freebsd.org Cc: Subject: Re: kern/149516: [ath] ath(4) hostap with fake MAC/BSSID results in station dropping packets when associated Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2012 20:35:05 +0100

Re: kern/149516: [ath] ath(4) hostap with fake MAC/BSSID results in station dropping packets when associated

2012-11-29 Thread Martin
Am Thu, 29 Nov 2012 13:43:04 -0800 schrieb Adrian Chadd adr...@freebsd.org: There was someone who posted on -wireless a while ago about how to correctly program different mac addresses for different VAPs. The whole setup path is a little un-intuitive and needs some love. So take a look over

Re: kern/149516: [ath] ath(4) hostap with fake MAC/BSSID results in station dropping packets when associated

2012-11-29 Thread Adrian Chadd
Hi, Yes. As I said, the whole configure an alternate MAC thing isn't very consistent and I'm sure that the whole migration to VAP interfaces made some of the MAC BSSID and local ethernet card address programming inconsistent. If you want to take a look at whta's in the card: * add ATH_DIAGAPI,