Subject: Re: isacfg commands for wavelan
To: None <email@example.com>
From: John A. Dundas III <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/09/2003 12:53:10
Well I guess I answered my own questions. I didn't need to modify the
isacfg at all! Adding the lines
to the kernel config, as Mel pointed out, and rebuilding, seems to have
done it. So I now get something like:
wi0 at pcmcia0 function 0: Lucent Technologies, WaveLAN/IEEE, Version 01.01
wi0: port 0x300-0x33fpcmcia0: card irq 10
802.11 address 00:60:1d:f0:14:28
wi0: using Lucent Technologies, WaveLAN/IEEE
wi0: Lucent Firmware: Station (6.4.1)
I will upgrade the firmware later today, but things seem to be working
Now another question. I would like to make the wireless available at boot
through /etc/rc.conf. I added the line:
ifconfig_wi0="nwid John's\ net"
to the file, but the escaped space seems to cause problems. Is there a way
around this, or should I be using /etc/ifconfig.wi0 instead?
At 12:07 PM -0700 6/7/03, <email@example.com> wrote:
>I am trying to configure a WaveLAN ISA card (with PCMCIA adapter) in to an
>AS200. I am using the generic 1.6.1 kernel so far. I imagine I need to
>the ISA card using something like:
>isacfg -mk -slot 1 -dev 0 -enadev 1 -etyp ? -handle WAVELAN -irq 10 -dmamode
>Is this correct? [So far I'm getting the dreaded 'cannot determine mac
>What is the correct value for -etyp?
>What is the correct value for -dmamode?
>Thanks for any help.
John A. Dundas III
Director, Information Technology Services Infrastructure, Caltech
Mail Code: 014-81, Pasadena, CA 91125-8100
Phone: 626.395.3392 FAX: 626.449.6973