[ltp] ESSID not effective for Ad-Hoc mode? (Re: Cisco Wireless again)

Dirk Husemann linux-thinkpad@linux-thinkpad.org
Mon, 10 Nov 2003 18:22:03 +0100

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the airo_mpi works fine on my T30 with Managed-Mode and setting the 
ESSID works. in Ad-Hoc mode it just won't accept the ESSID (at least 
iwconfig is not displaying it)...acu is insisting on the MPI being 
disabled...can't get that to change...any way to activate the radio? 
unloading/loading didn't help...

on my R40 thinkpad it doesn't seem to work at all...


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