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Re: hostapd with two separate interfaces and APs on a single machine?
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 08:19:14AM -0400, David Wetzel wrote:
> is somebody running a hostapd with two separate interfaces and APs on
> a single machine? If yes, how reliable is that?
Some time ago, I tried running two mini-pci ath cards on a wrap board
and had no luck at all. At the beginning it looked good but as soon as
one interface started transmitting lots of data, the other interface
I never found out why this happened. Interference, insufficiently
dimensioned power supply, faulty board.. without some serious skills in
electrical engineering and proper equipment there was not much left for
me to do. Both cards were operating on different bands (2.4 vs. 5.8GHz).
As far as I remember, I tried NetBSD, FreeBSD, Linux and they all
> Or is it better to run two hostapd instances?
You can do that without VAPs?
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