Difference between revisions of "Wireless Devices Known to Work"
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| Known as Dell 1390 WLAN Mini Card. x64 does not compile driver in ndisgen correctly. Tested on R140747.exe driver from dell.
| Known as Dell 1390 WLAN Mini Card. x64 does not compile driver in ndisgencorrectly. Tested on R140747.exe driver from dell.
Revision as of 20:19, 16 November 2010
Table 1 provides a handy resource for checking to see if your wireless driver is known to work on FreeBSD and PC-BSD. If a driver that you are using is not listed, please create a wiki account and add it. Devices should be added alphabetically (then numerically).
If you are unsure of the name of your wireless device, check the output of this command: pciconf -lv | grep wireless or pciconf -lv | grep Wireless. If it is a USB device, use usbconfig instead.
If your wireless device does not work, take a look at the tables on the Wireless Testing page.
Table 1: Wireless Devices Known to Work
|Belkin 54G (F5D7050)||rum||YES||external USB|
|bcm4311||ndis||YES||NO||Known as Dell 1390 WLAN Mini Card. x64 does not compile driver in ndisgen correctly. Tested on R140747.exe driver from dell.|