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Re: 10.0 BETA : Status of Wireless N

On Wed, Jan 04, 2023 at 06:23:48AM -0000, Michael van Elst wrote:
> Merging the FreeBSD wifi subsystem that supports 802.11n is work in
> progress and is developed on a separate branch.

Ok. Thank you for the information.

> The Broadcom "full mac" chips (e.g. used by RaspberryPi) run most of
> the Wifi protocol inside the firmware and will work with 802.11n networks.
> Doesn't mean it is fast.
> If you are lucky, you can find the same chip with USB (only seen as the
> orignal RPI Wifi dongle) or PCIe interface (some Mini-PCIe card).

Are there `urndis' dongles - I couldn't find ones in a quick search.
Basically, the way a mobile device will share its N network using USB
tethering, but instead of mobile using a simple dongle.


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