I got a Cisco Aironet card to replace the Broadcom that uses ndiswrapper. Here is what happens
then run iwconfig
eth1 (which is my wireless card) no wireless extensions
A few places suggested that it is the driver. Anyone have any other suggestions? Does anyone use a Cisco Aironet card? How did you get it installed?
I have a cisco aironet wireless card, but its the Cisco AIR-CB21AG-A-K9 model and I use the madwifi driver. It works just fine for me, so maybe take a look at and try that. I have no experience with the driver you're talking about though.
That's the same card I have. I will try the MADWIFI driver. Thanks. Any particular special thing you had to do? What kernel did you use?
I didn't do anything special. I believe I used the build from aur. I also don't use the stock arch linux kernel. I'm running 2.6.13 with the ck patchset.
i have aironet 350
yenta_socket , pcmcia_core , airo , & airo_cs
lo="lo 127.0.0.1" #eth0="dhcp" eth1="dhcp" INTERFACES=(lo !eth0 eth1) DAEMONS=(syslog-ng !hotplug pcmcia network netfs crond )
but since the upgrades that came out the other day
it doesnt work at boot up i have to unplug then plugin card
run as root
ifconfig -a dhcpcd eth1 or i could use dhcpcd wifi0
from what ive read so far its a udev prob havent been able to figure it out yet
so im plugging away at that
interestingly enough until I upgrade mine would not work.
well now with a couple of new kernels released since plus other pkgs
sometimes it works on boot sometimes no