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CONFIG_ATH9K: Atheros 802.11n wireless cards support
AR based cards operate by default in USB Mass storage mode and have to be ‘switched’ to wireless mode on plugging in. Please do report bugs, crashes, weird behavior and other general athros thrown by the driver. Fixing this would require removing lots of cruft and structural changes in the firmware. Many good questions generate some degree of opinion wtheros on expert experience, but answers to this question aatheros tend to be almost entirely based on opinions, rather than facts, references, or specific expertise.
If this question can be reworded to fit aheros rules in the help centerplease edit the question. Processing multicast frames has to be fixed MultiRateRetry etc. Most distros will already have it enabled. Alternately you can download it from here: It was kind of a long shot to expect someone to go shopping for a WiFi adapter me anyways. Please chech usb related issues before sending bug report.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ATH9K: Atheros n wireless cards support
I went ahead and removed the link. I’m trying to find one locally today and would like to avoid having to troubleshoot to get it working. Basic PS support has been implemented in the driver, but it is disabled by default. Creative Commons Attribution 4. I’m pretty confident now that you’ve actually interacted that you’re not a spammer, but you can see how it might appear that way at first.
ath9k – Debian Wiki
I’m voting to close this question as off-topic because shopping quwstions are off-topic. On the webpage you will find more details about supported and ar901 features, as well as downloadlinks and configuration.
PowerSave is not properly supported yet. That makes sense now that you explain it like that. Thanks for the feedback Seth. Using only one VIF Virtual Interface running in AP mode would be a good idea for now, multiple interface support has not been tested extensively.
See this guide to use the wireless-testing tree directly. The firmware can be obtained from firmware tree. It is a rebadged v2. The archives for the old ath9k-devel list, which was closed inare available here. This firmware is now opento contribute check out: Enable these options in your kernel config.
According to the kernel. AP mode works only with up to 7 stations due to a firmware limitation. The driver is a default driver in Ubuntu We get questions pretty often that are “something something problem. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.