hostap and sleeping mode.
Andrea G. Forte
andreaf at cs.columbia.edu
Tue Apr 20 20:00:36 EDT 2004
Thanks a lot Pavel, I will try that! Sounds like it should work no
On Tue, 20 Apr 2004, Pavel Roskin wrote:
> Hi, Andrea!
> Fixing you topposting:
> > > On Sat, Apr 17, 2004 at 05:17:53PM -0400, Andrea G. Forte wrote:
> > >
> > > > I am having a new problem. When I use host_roaming 2 and the laptop goes
> > > > to sleep, hostap does not work anymore once it resumes from sleeping. I
> > > > have to restart the card manager or reboot. I have noticed this with the
> > > > old 0.0.4 version as well as with the new 0.1.3.
> > > > When host_roaming 0 is enabled, everything works fine.
> On Mon, 19 Apr 2004, Andrea G. Forte wrote:
> > Please let me know if there is any way I can help...I really need to fix
> > this bug since I am testing hostap on a handheld (the handheld goes only
> > to sleep does not turn off). Please let me know if you guys already have
> > some clues about it I can start from.
> You can try reset instead of cardmgr restart. Quoting from README:
> iwpriv wlan0 reset <val>
> 0: perform soft reset of the card
> 1: perform COR sreset (almost hardreset ;-)
> 2: perform port reset (disable and enable port 0)
> 1 is the hardest, 2 is the softest, 0 is intermediate. Find the softest
> reset that works for you and put it to the script you run after wake-up.
> Pavel Roskin
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