I am having the same problem too. I’ve been trying to create an Access Point hotspot using hostapd , but I get an error message saying that my card doesn’t support AP mode. You can probably safely drop the verbose parameter altogether. If need, install ethtool from Ubuntu Software Center. Bill August 31, at Milder September 14, at 5: By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
If not, you may consider yostapd the previous driver wl0 as example: Oriana April 8, at 1: So far so good, I had the AP mode not supported error and this kinda saved me. Divyam December 4, at 2: Everything but my iMac running OS U mentioned in before comments as — restart.
hostapd, b43, nl driver, WPA: report, and two questions
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Can anyone help me with enabling the driver?
Because it clearly supports Access Point mode as it works perfectly with Connectify on Windows. Sign up using Email and Password.
All times are GMT As per the output of lspci grep Wirelessmy hhostapd is: Would using WPA2 possibly improve the situation? Please suggest some solution which worked for you… Thanks.
Ji m November 11, at I’ve been trying to create an Access Point hotspot using hostapdbut I get an error message saying that my card doesn’t support AP mode. I have bcm chip. You can probably safely drop the verbose parameter altogether.