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Old 04-02-2005, 06:24 PM   #1
Jehar
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Error message in setting up wlan... could be i fubared some numbers.


In advance, this is not the pc in question so posting logs is not going to be that easy.

I have Suse 9.2 pro and an linksys wireless adaptor (11b and not sure of the model, but i have the drivers right so i dont think its a big deal) i got it all set up with its drivers and ndiswrapper and all. worked fine. i set it up in yast under wlan 0, added the config lines, all that. its detected in iwconfig, and it comes up in the network.
But... i get this error that is probably the cause why i cant connect to anything. btw im set up in static ip.

Error: wlan0 error while executing Command: ip route replace to 172.16.1.35/16(the pc im am routing through to get to the web... i cant ping to this) via 172.16.0.1 (my gateway) dev wlan0 not returned.

any idea what this means?
 
  


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