wlan card

  1. goshanecr

    Wi-Fi Realtek RTL8191S WLAN Adapter not working

    Hi Friends! I have a Intel Atom D2700 based nettop and FreeBSD 12.2 i386 fresh install. That PC has a integrated Wi-Fi on a USB bus based on a RTL8191S chipset: # usbconfig list ugen2.1: <Intel UHCI root HUB> at usbus2, cfg=0 md=HOST spd=FULL (12Mbps) pwr=SAVE (0mA) ugen3.1: <Intel UHCI root...
  2. JohnnySorocil

    USB WLAN card for AP

    Does anybody has USB WLAN card to recommend for running AP (hostapd)? I tried multiple run and urtwn cards but they are not stable - don't know how to precise debug network setup but there are dropped pings to Internet, sometimes internet won't work but ssh-ing to another machine will work...
  3. Lars Skogstad

    Is it supported? Realtek RTL8822BE - Wi-Fi 2x2 802.11ac + BT4.1, M.2 card

    Anyone knows if this is supported? Running a Lenovo T470 with Intel atm, but seems to be a bit slow. Noticed that they have whitelisted the Realtek card below, not sure if it would work better or not at all with FreeBSD. Realtek RTL8822BE - Wi-Fi 2x2 802.11ac + BT4.1, M.2 card Could it work...
  4. Lars Skogstad

    Suggestions for a recommended wlan card/usb-adapter on a Thinkpad T470 laptop.

    I have been searching a lot for a recommended wi-fi card, usb or internal works either way. Ive got the default wifi card which uses the iwm(4) but I know that it doesn't support higher speeds. I see people recommending the Atheros cards but which one? Is it recommended buying a USB-adapter...
  5. N

    Does anyone working on ath10k driver?

    My new laptop uses Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter, which is a kind of ath10k family which FreeBSD currently doesn't support. if someone is working for that, I'll wait for it. otherwise, I have to buy USB network dongle.
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