1. lighter_thief

    FreeBSD 14, WiFi, TP-Link TL-WN821N dongle, rtwn0/wlan0 can't connect to the network

    Hi there. I am struggling with a rather annoying problem. I decided to "dig up" an old minipc, a Dell OptiPlex 3040 micro and install FreeBSD on it. uname -a FreeBSD crap 14.0-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 14.0-RELEASE-p3 #0: Mon Dec 11 04:56:01 UTC 2023...
  2. E

    Solved Delete

    I managed to solve the issue, please delete this thread
  3. M

    Cheap Wireless USB Adapter: RTL8188EU, RTL8821AU or something else?

    As the Intel AX200 in my new laptop isn't supported yet, I have to grab a cheap wireless USB adapter to bridge the gap. The following two came to mind, because they are supported by the rtwn_usb driver and are of the "nano" type (so that it doesn't have to be removed whenever the laptop is...
  4. N

    Solved Issue getting realtek wireless network card (rtwn driver) working on new FreeBSD installation

    FreeBSD newbie here. I just installed FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE AMD64 on a small box and am having issues getting the PCI realtek wireless network card to work. Running ifconifg -a displays the motherboards ethernet controller and the loopback device, but not my wireless card. However, running...
  5. M

    Spoofing mac address with ifconfig and rtwn

    More info: Driver works for me, but I have to have spoofed mac address. wpa_supplicant seems to ignore ifconfig wlan0 ether pl:ac:eh:0l:de:rr Currenly I have dual booting with Linux for internet
  6. sHagen

    Solved rtwn: Lenovo T430, wireless, no able to connect to AP

    Hello, I'm on 11-RELEASE on my Lenovo T430 laptop. I have some trouble to get the wireless network to work. The weird part is, that it works in rare occations. So every 50th boot or so, it connects to my AP just fine. However, rebooting or restarting or changing the interface will break the...