Cards seeming connect but unable to route traffic?

Drew Dowling drewhead at drewhead.org
Wed May 5 22:07:10 EDT 2004


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Thanks for the suggestion,

> use tcpdump to find out whether packets actually
> arrive to either end.

> (I don't know how I lived much of my life without tcpdump :)
> --
> vda

Unfortunately my client is an XP box, so unless there is a tcpdump that I
don't know about there I can only do this at one end.

# tcpdump -i wlan0
tcpdump: listening on wlan0

Then I start a ping to the clint and see

22:01:01.357911 arp who-has 192.168.2.3 tell 192.168.2.1
22:01:02.357084 arp who-has 192.168.2.3 tell 192.168.2.1

I'm pretty clear that my problems are that the packets arn't getting
through, I just don't know where to go from here.  :(
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