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Re: USB Adapter   

Postby dharmin » Tue Jan 04, 2011 3:03 pm

Hi,

I am not sure but I have attached my Buffalo WLI-uc-gn adapter to my wd tv (which is flashed with current upgrade) and now I can see blue light started blinking (before that I was no activity or blinking)but I don't see any network connection. I verified each and every folder including "Setting" but I can't see if it is connected or not. How do I check?

Also, I googled about my Buffalo WLI-UC-GN adapter and it says it has rt2870. Can someone help me?

Thanks!

Here is my net config file:
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## ********* enable Wireless *********
## must set to FALSE for wired ethernet
#
WIRELESS=TRUE

## ********* !!!!!! NEW !!!!!! *********
##  if you do not know what driver your network device uses
##  then uncomment the line below and the driver will
##  be automagically detected. You still *HAVE TO* set
##    WIRELESS=TRUE  or  WIRELESS=FALSE
##  along with any network settings you require
#
network-device-detector

## *************************************
## to load a network driver manually if you know its driver
## enter the modprobe statement below
## to find which driver network-device-detector selected for you
## grep net.config /tmp/messages.txt
## options are: 8192cu,8712u, arusb_lnx, rt2570, rt3370sta,
## rt3572sta, rt73, rtl8150, rtl8187, zd1201, zd1211rw
modprobe rt2870sta

#######################################################
#######################################################
############# WIRELESS SETTINGS #######################
#######################################################
#######################################################

## SSID:
SSID=Extreme      

## your auth mode:
#AUTHMODE=WEP
#AUTHMODE=WPAPSK
AUTHMODE=WPA2PSK

## your encryption (WPA[2]/PSK only) type:
#ENCRYPTION_TYPE=TKIP
ENCRYPTION_TYPE=AES

## WEP / WPA-PSK key
ENCRYPTION_KEY=4567890000001

#######################################################
#######################################################
################ WIRED SETTINGS #######################
#######################################################
#######################################################

## Enable ONE driver below depending on your wireless adapter

## ASIX compatible adapters:
#modprobe asix

## Pegasus compatible adapters:
#modprobe pegasus

## rtl8150 compatible adapters:
#modprobe rtl8150

## net1080 compatible adapters:
#modprobe net1080

## kaweth compatible adapters:
#modprobe kaweth

#######################################################
#######################################################
################# GENERAL SETTINGS ####################
##
## Dynamic IP Configuration:
DHCP=yes

##
## Static IP Configuration:  (only if not DHCP)
#DHCP=no
#IP=192.168.16.13
#GW=192.168.0.1
#NM=255.255.255.0
#DNS1=192.168.0.1
#DNS2=205.171.3.65
wpa_supplicant -Bw -Dralink -i$MDEV -c/boot/wpa_supplicant.conf



## attempt to set jumbo frames
MTU=1500

##
## Optional:


EDIT: code goes in code tags!!
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Re: USB Adapter   

Postby Rorscach » Thu Jan 06, 2011 9:34 am

That dongle on ebay is listed as 999.00 dollars.
Is that normal for a dongle???
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