Am Mittwoch, 12. April 2006 21:32 schrieb Remco:
> [...]

> The following is what I remember from looking at the driver code and may
> not be totally accurate.

Thanks a lot for this information.

> [...]

> If I didn't overlook anything Zydas hardcoded this bitmask in it's latest
> driver. (presumably to solve problems with devices that don't set it
> properly) It used to be retrieved from EEPROM.
> If I remember correctly each bit represents a channel and the bitmask is
> split up as follows:
> 000107ff => 0001 (default channel) 07ff (available/allowed channels)

Hmm, this would mean that only 11 channels are available while Europe supports 
13.  Could this lead to problems like not being able to connect to a 
semi-public WLAN because of an unsupported channel?

> [...]

Best wishes,
Wolfgang


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