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Old 11-30-2005, 11:00 AM   #1
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Wireless Atheros Card in Multiple VLAN Issues

Hello All,

I am trying to fix an issue with a wireless card config I have. I am running SuSE9.3 kernal 2.6. The card is a Cisco PI21AG ( Atheros chipset)

I am running in a 128 bit static WEP environment with multiple vlans and multiple SSIDs. I never get a DHCP ip in the multiple configuration but on the access point I see myself associated ( Cicso 1200 AP)

If I switch over to a WEP environment with a single vlan & a single key, everything works fine. ( same SSIDs in both )

I have tried to change the /etc/sysconfig/network/wireless file to add multiple keys & multiple IWCONFIG_OPTIONS but still nothing.

I tried to download the latest madwifi drivers but have been totally unsuccessful getting them installed and not sure at this point that I need it.

I am not using YAST to set things up, but the /etc/sysconfig/network files directly.

Any thoughts what could be up here?



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