From: Jouni Malinen (jkmaline_at_cc.hut.fi)
Date: 2002-06-18 07:11:54 UTC
On Sun, Jun 16, 2002 at 04:04:27PM +0530, Vasu wrote:
> I have a DWL 650 card on my laptop, and I have comfigured my DWL 500 on my
> linux box as an Access Point, with hostap_cs driver. It is working
> excellent, except for a problem when I download data at a high rate. When
> I transfer files at a rate of 5 Mbps, the Linux box hangs up sometimes.
> I would expect the data rate to have a bottle neck of 2 Mbps, but that is
> not happening too.
Could you be a bit more specific about the hang up? Do you get any error messages? Does the kernel hang completely (i.e., does it need hard reset / Ctrl-Alt-Del / something)? If you run in text console mode, do you get any kernel messages when the hang happens?
> So, how can I avoid hangup ? and how can I access data at a rate > 2 Mbps
> when my card supports just 2 Mbps in the Config utility.
Depends on what kind of problems that is.. I need some more information to give more guesses about the reason. The driver uses 11 Mbps even though iwconfig reports 2 Mbps in Master mode (this has been changed in latest CVS version).
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