For Broadcom , there are three drivers that support AP mode, but only brcmsmac check link page for supported chips support wifi chip BCM You can probably safely drop the verbose parameter altogether. Lin August 11, at 1: Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Ji m November 22, at 2:
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These changes are done automatically when hostapd is setting up the 40 MHz channel. Joe September 2, at 2: I have atheros ath9k for my Samsung netbook. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
Hostapd problem with b43 (nl)
Then I had to install all sorts of things. Popular posts How to Install Python 3. If not, you may consider remove the previous driver wl0 as example:. The time now is I have chip as: Once you have a suitable kernel, make sure you are not running other Broadcom drivers like bcmwl-kernel-sourceb43 ,etc.
When i try to run this comd sudo apt-get install firmware-binstaller to install the suitable driver it aborts the installation with the output No chroot environment found. And The system uddate something,i donot know if it related. Post as a guest Name.
Wifi Hotspot: Access Point Mode Is Not Supported By This Device
Igor January 1, at 3: No need to explicitly install brcmsmacas it is already a preinstalled module in the linux kernel. I guess the driver might not support AP mode. Access Point Mode does not support issue is one of the most asked questions from my readers. Hope to hear you on this question? I am having the same problem too. My hardware does not support any of the drivers, only wl is supported.
Milder Hostqpd 14, at 5: HeyI have atheros ath9k for my Samsung netbook. Lin August 13, at 5: Its a macbook pro version 11,1.
hosgapd After a couple of days I’ve made some progress, but I’ve hit a stumbling block. Oddly, an XP client will connect, running on hostap same hardware as the Ubuntu client. Would using WPA2 possibly improve the situation? Daniel November 30, at After a good bit of experimentation, I found that disabling QoS support in the b43 driver made things much more stable, by an order of magnitude. The network is created and I detect it on my other PC and on my phone, however I cannot connect to the network.