Somewhat duplicating portions of what I posted on a different thread, to provide context :
Tried installation from the Ports tree, I was doing that to understand the process of installing software from source using the Ports collection. There were error messages while running...
I use the Hurricane Electric Free IPv6 Tunnel Broker service, most recently configured to work with my wired network at home.
Re: <https://forums.freebsd.org/posts/556270> I temporarily used Wi-Fi instead of a wired connection, to compare speeds. Then, wishing to revert to wired...
So I have been tried to setup a wireless connection on start up but it seems that the system does not see the wireless adapter when bringing up the interface, which is loaded later
After reboot service netif restart outputs this:
Stopping Network: lo0 em0.
I can't seem to figure out why I have to use service netif restart every single time after I rebooted my system for the ifconfig to recognize (and make visible/accessible) my "wlan0".
This is the /etc/rc.conf
As illustrated below, I rebooted my machine and immediately ran netstat -rn followed by service netif restart. I then executed ifconfig to verify the network interfaces were properly up, and ran netstat -rn again. The entry
default 192.168.1.1 UGS re1 present in the first netstat results...