1. hellfire103

    iwn0 keeps going down

    I am currently running FreeBSD 14.0-RELEASE on a ThinkPad T400. I will often be using my device, when the WiFi will suddenly shut off. i3status reports that it's "down" and wifimgr is blank. I've tried restarting all and any network-related daemons, to no avail, and wifimgr doesn't seem to be...
  2. D

    iwn not working Thinkpad T420

    I just installed FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE on a T420; during installation it did not find any Wi-Fi Networks, even though there were over 10. I do not have ethernet. I did follow the instructions in the Handbook for wireless networking, but I did not have working DHCP. I first entered the Network...
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    Incredibly slow 5 GHz wifi performance

    I have a Lenovo ThinkPad X230 with the Centrino Advanced-N 6205 card. I've got FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT installed and I can successfully connect to my home WiFi on the 5 GHz band. However, I'm noticing that there is a significant performance hit to my Internet speeds. When I had a Linux distro...
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    Solved iwn wifi awefully slow

    Hi there, I have a dell latitude d830 laptop with an intel pro/wireless 4965 wifi card. With windows 7 and with debian gnu/linux I had data transfer rates into the internet at around 240 kB/s (the maximum my provider offers here). Unfortunately there was a serious hard disc crash so I replaced...
  5. neptunium

    iwn problems on 11.0 (Centrino Wireless-N 2230)

    Hi, I have Centrino Wireless-N 2230 adapter which worked well on 10.X. On 11.0 I experienced a lot of problems with it. Sometimes, on boot, I see something like this: iwn0: scan timeout iwn0: iwn_read_firmware: ucode rev=0x12a80601 wlan0: link state changed to UP iwn0: iwn_intr: fatal firmware...
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    iwn0 rates behaving badly, very wierd connection

    Sorry if this is a little choppy, I pieced together two different discussions I had on the mailinglist. I currently have all the iwn options enabled(that im aware of) and built into the kernel. In my /etc/rc.conf file I have wlans_iwn0="wlan0" ifconfig_wlan0="-ht WPA SYNCDHCP" Ok without...