Dual PCMCIA Is Very Slow

Michael Shuler mike at bwsys.net
Mon May 26 01:50:24 EDT 2003


Yup, for our 2 card test we have them on 1 and 11.  Do you have it working?
If so, please let me know what hardware are you using (brand/model).

Thanks,
Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: sneeze at alphalink.com.au [mailto:sneeze at alphalink.com.au] 
Sent: Monday, May 26, 2003 12:42 AM
To: Michael Shuler
Cc: HostAP at shmoo.com
Subject: Re: Dual PCMCIA Is Very Slow


Are they on the same channels?

You'll want to run each card on a different non-overlapping channel.

so channels 1, 6 and 11.
I believe this is the only combination that provides 3 non overlapping
channels.

>I have tried hostap with 1 Zcomax 200mw card on a Soekris and ITX 
>boards
and
>am having pretty good success.  Whenever I put a second Zcomax (or any
other
>Prism based card) into the Soekris or ITX board, performance goes from 
>~590KB to 100-200KB on one card and under 100KB on the other.  Is there
some
>special command line option I need to give the module or some other
setting
>that needs to be done?  I ultimately want to be able to run 3 Zcomax's 
>off
a
>single ITX board (3 120 degree sector panels) but I need it to perform
like
>a single card.  Any help would be appreciated.
>
>Thanks in advance,
>Michael Shuler
>
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