record mismatch during `prism2_srec -v`...
johny at yorku.ca
Mon Jun 6 15:36:28 EDT 2005
On Sun, 5 Jun 2005 07:59:12 -0700, Jouni Malinen <jkmaline at cc.hut.fi> wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 05, 2005 at 12:30:31AM -0400, John Saroglou wrote:
> > I'm in the process of upgrading prismII firmware (primary+station) on
> > my card and wondering if the following is safe to ignore and proceed
> > with `prism2_srec -v -f` action (to avoid frying the card):
> > Plugging PDR 0x0001 at 0x007e14cc (len=16)
> > Plug record length mismatch (PDR=0x0001): 12 != 16
> > ==> extend from default
> > PRI: old iface 1:4-4 new iface 1:4-4
> I haven't seen this causing any problems. Anyway, if you want to be
> sure, you should be able to download a RAM version of the firmware first
> and verify that everything works before using the flash version.
Would your recommendation accurately describe (genesis mode) the
# prism2_srec -gs wlan0 ak010104.hex rf010704.hex (SAFE to perform no matter what)
# hostap_diag wlan0 (should include new PRIID and STAID)
# REINSERTING THE CARD SHOULD RESET IT
# cardctl eject 0
# cardctl insert 0
# hostap_diag wlan0 (should show old PRIID and STAID)
# `prism2_srec -v -f ak010104.hex rf010704.hex` iff (step1 returned OK)
Also what version of station firmware would you recommend upgrading to?
1.7.4 vs 1.8.0?
What are the differences?
Does 1.8.0 hide ESSID?
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