From: Bobby Sardana (sardana_at_obsoft.com)
Date: 2002-09-05 03:26:54 UTC
The problem was that the WLAN card picked (hostap initialization) up the default IP configuration of the NIC card. "route" was showing duplicate entries of wlan0 and eth0. Once I performed "ifconfig" with new IP parameters on wlan0, the eth0 interface started functioning normally.
Forrest English wrote:
> there might simply be to much interferance placing the radios to close
> together. when i tried that with a cisco and a lucent card, they both
> stopped functioning until i removed one or the other of them. they were
> recognized in the slots and the modules loaded and everything, but even
> ping was a no no.
> On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, Bobby Sardana wrote:
> > Greetings:
> > I have two PCMCIA slots on my laptop:
> > 1) The 1st slot has a Prism2 802.11 card in it (RangeLAN-DS)
> > 2) The 2nd has a NIC card in it (Linksys)
> > HostAP driver with 2.4.18 kernel, built-in CS support.
> > When both the cards are plugged-in, the NIC card (2nd card) does not
> > function. The network (eth0) cannot be found while the WLAN card is
> > present. If I unplug the WLAN card, the NIC seems to function properly.
> > Any configurations, settings that I'll have to perform so that both the
> > cards function properly.
> > All help is appreciated.
> > regards,
> > Bobby Sardana.
> > sardana_at_obsoft.com
> Forrest English
> Ashland's Wireless Internet Project
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