Nokia C110\C111

Nevyn nevynh at gmail.com
Wed Jun 1 06:13:31 EDT 2005


I heard you previously. It's not a case of not believing you or being dense 
but a case of 1. learning the patterns used in the hostap_cs.conf file so 
that I don't have to be on this list 2. making sure of my facts before going 
to the maintainers of the Linux Wireless Howto and pointing out that there 
are some rather big exceptions with the Nokia C110 cards. I have brought 
several of these cards based upon the chipset only to find that they can't 
be used for the purpose I have intended them for. As this is the case, I 
would like to help anyone else avoid this mistake.
Shouldn't you post exception cards on your website? I mean, you specify the 
chipset, and sure I've heard that there are some exceptions but no real list 
of what those exceptions are.

On 6/1/05, Jouni Malinen <jkmaline at cc.hut.fi> wrote:
> 
> On Wed, Jun 01, 2005 at 06:03:09AM +1200, Nevyn wrote:
> 
> > If I were to add an entry in hostap_cs.conf, what would I need to add? 
> The
> > output of cardctrl (very roughly and off memory) was something along the
> > lines of:
> >
> > "Nokia" "C110/C111 Wireless Network Card"
> > "0x0whatever" "0x0whatever"
> 
> If my previous answer was not clear enough, please let me rephrase it:
> Nokia C110/C111 does not work with Host AP driver. As such, there is not
> much point adding it to hostap_cs.conf.
> 
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