wifi

  1. MrRichBOB

    Another BCM4322 (FreeBSD 12)

    I would like to apologise in advance, if this is straight-forward, and/or answered elsewhere on the forum--I have tried for the past few hours to look hard before I dared ask any questions, and I combed through the WiFi section of the Handbook, etc. Basically, in short, I am using an EliteBook...
  2. B

    WiFi works but slow

    I've installed FreeBsd 12 on my laptop and Wifi, although works, is quite slow. It's way slower than it was at Linux on the same laptop. Is that how it is in Freebsd?
  3. Keve

    Solved forcing what SSID to pick in wpa_supplicant.conf

    Hello Forum Users, I have an issue with the WiFi of a home-office I set up for a friend. Most of the time things work as expected, but about once every month the system gives my friend real trouble. Instead of connecting to the pre-configured SSID, the FreeBSD PC acting as his internet gateway...
  4. wardbones

    Broadcom 4331 Wifi, ndis crashes the kernel

    Hello, friends. I followed the directions in the FreeBSD Handbook and everything went really well. I made a mistake the first time and made a 32 bit module but I loaded it and unloaded, no problem, didn't show ndis0 under ifconfig but when I made the 64-Bit module, as soon as I kldload the...
  5. christhegeek

    If you wanna buy a nice and 100% compatible Usb Wifi adapter buy one of these they are great !

    If you are looking to buy a really compatible and trustworthy wifi usb adapter for freebsd Search ebay with these keywords copy the entire text: RTL8812AU 1200M 5G Wireless Network Card USB 3 Wi-Fi-Receiver and paste it on ebay search. I'm using it right now and it is crazy compatible with...
  6. S

    Manually Backporting Drivers?

    My laptop uses the RTL8188EE chipset for WiFi, which recently landed support in FreeBSD with this commit. I'd like to be able to use this new driver on my laptop while remaining as close to a "stable" system as possible. What's the best way to go about doing this? I'm not sure if the driver...
  7. clawhammer

    What antennas should I buy for the intel 9560 wifi card I just installed?

    I just installed on my desktop tower and was wondering do I get antennas and plug into the 9560 card are do I need to get something else? thanks.
  8. H

    HTML Wifi Hotspot Accept conditions

    I work a lot on guest networks and most require me to accept their terms and conditions that are presented in a webpage. How can I accept these with a fresh install to gain access to the network?
  9. N

    Configuring Ralink wireless device

    How can I configure Ralink rt3290 wifi adapter device for wifi connection?
  10. I

    BCM43602 - WIFI Card - 12.0-current not working

    Hello FreeBSD Users, I have installed FreeBSD on my old Apple MacBook Pro(2015). Before installing FreeBSD I have tried the Debian based Linux on my old Apple MacBook pro. Everything is working fine with Debian os. But I wanted to move it to BSD OS really badly. Now I have a problem to make...
  11. E

    Atheros QCA6174 driver

    Hello FreeBSD forums! I'd love to make the switch to BSD as a current Linux user. However, my laptop is an Acer Aspire R5-571T-57Z0 and I can't seem to find the correct drivers. I know that in the installation of Debian, I had to grab extra firmware files. In looking around elsewhere, I found...
  12. fusion809

    Edimax EW-7811UTC, how do I connect to the WiFi?

    Hi, I purchased a Edimax EW-7811UTC WiFi USB adapter because someone in the #freebsd IRC channel told me his EW-7811ULC USB adapter was automatically detected by FreeBSD, I was hoping EW-7811UTC would work as it is similar but has higher possible download speeds. Unfortunately, it's not...
  13. Phishfry

    Any Captive Portal installations?

    I have had captive portal on my bucket list for a while. I want to pipe my IP cams to a neighborhood WAP portal via Zoneminder. Anybody using FreeBSD for a captive portal? pfSense really had a nice implementation. What do you recommend? Obviously I looked around and see WifiDog and some others...
  14. G

    raspberry pi 2 wi-fi interface missing even module should be in the kernel

    Hello, I just hot my new raspberry pi 2. I see a big fat Broadcom chip on it that says "BCM2836" and I'm sure that this one should be the wireless card. I'm using a standard image for RPI2 with nothing custom on it. I have downloaded the source and on the default conf file I see that it's...
  15. B

    WiFi Access Point

    Hi again! This time I want to know how to create a wireless network (WiFi). I have 11.1-RELEASE-p6 on a i386 processor. And yes, also I have a wifi USB adapter. It is a TP-LINK TL-WN722N. I want to know, what I need to configure to be able to use this USB as an antenna? Thanks (again)
  16. Nicola Mingotti

    Solved Wifi AP too slow

    Hi guys, I have this problem I can not sort out, I hope you can give me some ideas. The story is I made an Wireless Access point in FreeBSD-11.1 running in an BeagleBone Black. My wifi adapter is an Alfa AWUS036HN, recognized as "run0", 802.11g. [n not available] The thing works, the olny...
  17. P

    Mobile device type: FreeBSD?

    Hi all, Apologies in advance for being unsure where best to post. I've recently noticed upon reviewing my home network that my VZW Samsung S7 smg930v appears as type: 'FreeBSD' rather than 'Samsung Galaxy' or 'unknown'. This lead me here. I wonder if this is anything to be concerned about...
  18. i-bsd

    Need wireless USB dongle recommendation (with good range)

    I know this question has probably been asked a thousand times here (sorry) but I'm in need of a quality wireless USB dongle with very good range (i.e. antenna). Currently I'm using an Edimax nano dongle that I bought off Amazon which connects fine, but the signal is very weak. I'm sure with a...
  19. T

    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...
  20. E

    Well-supported PCI Express Wifi card?

    I'm in the situation where my desktop needs to have wifi. It runs the latest RELEASE amd64 version of FreeBSD. I would much rather have wired ethernet, but it's rather difficult to run wires in my current setup. Are there any well-supported, high quality desktop WiFi cards? I've been trying to...
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