Subject: Re: wi driver issues (still)
To: Michael Graff <email@example.com>
From: David Young <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/29/2002 21:03:02
On Sun, Dec 29, 2002 at 01:16:03PM -0800, Michael Graff wrote:
> > Are you still seeing device timeouts?
> No, once I got interrupts properly working on this box with various
> fixup issues, all works well. ACPI seems to have made the most
> progress. Sound even works, as do all the PCI devices.
> The laptop has the lucent card.
Hmm. Please send me the kernel's entire dmesg output.
> > Packet captures taken on a wire are not as useful to me as "on-air"
> > captures. What I would prefer are captures taken on the sending wireless
> > interface and on the receiving wireless interface.
> As I said, they were identical. I did the traces from a linux box
> listening to the air, and it returned the same packet as the wire. I
> can easily give traces from the wire, not so from the air.
Are the traces identical-identical, or are they identical modulo the
AP's repeats? Do you never see the AP's repeats?
The place where I would like for you to "tap" the air is directly
beside the AP, where you should see a packet sent to the AP as well as
the repeated packet. I want to see a trace that demonstrates garbage
going into the AP and garbage coming out again, reason being that I
want to eliminate your AP from the equation.
Sorry to be so demanding, but putting you to a little trouble could
save me a lot of trouble.
David Young OJC Technologies
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