Wireless LAN (Orinoco) Configuration
01/12/2017 10:46
Hello,I am having a Orinoco wireless card on aboard.

I want to configure it. An Acess Point is configured with SSID mach & Channel 6First devp-pccard is running , then i started the io-net with orinocoshared object as...

# slay io-net #io-net -dorinoco network =mach,channel=6 -ptcpipThen if i give static Ip address i am able to self ping. But i am not ableto ping to the LAN.

If i give dhcp, i am not able to get the IP address from the server.

Can anybody tell me whats the problem in configuration.

The card works fine in Linux.

I am testing on QNX 6.2.1B looking forward for any suggestions

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01/12/2017 10:46 - I wonder if that IRQ is valid. The error in sloginfo was about a Tx timeoutwhich could indicate an IRQ failure. You could try starting devp-pccardwith the options to change the IRQs.

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01/12/2017 10:46 - I assume the space between network and = is a typo. :) Does the device show up in the output of pin? There are some newerorinoco's that we don't support based on a newer cardbus interface.

You should also check the output from sloginfo after you attempt to loadthe driver. You might even want to pass ,verbose to it as well.

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01/12/2017 10:46 - Please find below the otupt of pin, ionet in verbose & ifconfig en0.Alsothe output of sloginfo After Configuring IP Address i am trying to ping to our server.

O/P of Sloginfo Time Sev Major Minor ArgsJan 01 00:29:41 2 19 0 eide_identify_devices: VIA 82C586A/B vid1106, did 571, class 1018a rev 6, busno 0, dfunc 39Jan 01 00:29:41 2 19 0 eide_identify_devices: cmd_addr 1f0,cntl_addr 3f4, irq e, chnl 0, udma 5, mdma 2, sdma 0, pio 4Jan 01 00:29:41 2 19 0 eide_display_devices: ST38410A tid 0, cable 80, max udma 4, cur udma 4, max mdma 0, cur mdma 2, max sdma-1, cur sdma -1, pio 4, mblk 2Jan 01 00:29:41 2 19 0 eide_identify_devices: VIA 82C586A/B vid1106, did 571, class 1018a rev 6, busno 0, dfunc 39Jan 01 00:29:41 2 19 0 eide_identify_devices: cmd_addr 170,cntl_addr 374, irq f, chnl 1, udma 5, mdma 2, sdma 0, pio 4Jan 01 00:29:41 2 19 0 eide_init_devices: ST38410A path0, tid 0, udma 4, mdma 2, sdma -1, pio 4, mblk 2Jan 01 00:29:41 2 5 0 scsi_interpret_sense: path=0, target=0,lun=0, cam_status=c4, scsi_status=2Jan 01 00:29:41 2 5 0 scsi_interpret_sense: error=70, sense=5,asc=24, ascq=0Jan 01 00:29:41 2 5 0 scsi_interpret_sense: SK_ILLEGAL command1a in databyteJan 01 00:29:41 2 5 0 scsi_interpret_sense: path=0, target=0,lun=0, cam_status=c4, scsi_status=2Jan 01 00:29:41 2 5 0 scsi_interpret_sense: error=70, sense=5,asc=24, ascq=0Jan 01 00:29:41 2 5 0 scsi_interpret_sense: SK_ILLEGAL command5a in databyteJan 01 00:29:41 2 5 0 scsi_interpret_sense: path=0, target=0,lun=0, cam_status=c4, scsi_status=2Jan 01 00:29:41 2 5 0 scsi_interpret_sense: error=70, sense=5,asc=24, ascq=0Jan 01 00:29:41 2 5 0 scsi_interpret_sense: SK_ILLEGAL command5a in databyteJan 01 00:29:53 5 3 400 [8] fs-pkg built: May 17 2003 09:19:10Jan 01 00:30:03 5 3 400 Package config file[/etc/system/package/packages]Jan 01 00:30:04 5 6 200 Installing /dev/par port 378Jan 01 00:30:05 5 14 0 tcpip startingJan 01 00:30:05 3 14 0 Using pseudo random generator. Seerandom optionJan 01 00:30:09 2 8 0 unable to get path to config fileJan 01 00:30:09 1 8 0 phfont_initJan 01 00:30:09 1 8 0 phfontXX started OK - EOKJan 01 00:30:09 1 8 0 postedJan 01 00:30:09 1 8 0 MainLoopJan 01 00:30:09 5 8 0 Plugin gri-photon.so opened successfullyJan 01 00:30:09 5 8 0 Opened photon connection: Jan 01 00:30:09 6 8 0 VGA primary : bus 0x1 dev/func 0x0Jan 01 00:30:09 6 8 0 Found 1 PCI/AGP display devicesJan 01 00:30:09 6 8 0 pci_init: found PCI device 5333:8d01Jan 01 00:30:09 6 8 0 SetDisplayOffset pos: 0 0Jan 01 00:30:09 6 8 0 SetDisplayOffset pos: 0 0Jan 01 00:30:12 5 9 0 Start: /usr/photon/bin/devi-hirun kbd fd-d/dev/kbd ps2 mousedev Jan 01 00:30:34 2 18 0 devp-pccard: Terminated by signal 15Jan 01 00:30:52 5 18 0 Socket state 80Jan 01 00:30:52 5 18 0 Card InsertedJan 01 00:30:52 5 18 0 3.3V CardJan 01 00:30:53 5 18 0 Powered up 2Jan 01 00:30:53 5 18 0 devp-pccard: Memory window req. a0000Jan 01 00:30:53 5 18 0 devp-pccard: Memory window act. d4000Jan 01 00:30:54 5 18 0 Socket state c0Jan 01 00:30:54 5 18 0 Card InsertedJan 01 00:31:52 5 18 0 io_open for id = 7Jan 01 00:31:54 5 14 0 tcpip startingJan 01 00:31:54 3 14 0 Using pseudo random generator. Seerandom optionJan 01 00:32:10 2 8 0 Service cmd 0x22 returned errno 22Jan 01 00:33:02 2 10 0 devn-orinoco: Tx Timeout Expired.

Jan 01 00:33:12 2 10 0 devn-orinoco: Tx Timeout Expired.

Jan 01 00:35:11 2 10 0 devn-orinoco: Tx Timeout Expired.

Jan 01 00:35:14 2 10 0 devn-orinoco: Tx Timeout Expired.

Jan 01 00:35:16 2 10 0 devn-orinoco: Tx Timeout Expired.

Jan 01 00:35:18 2 10 0 devn-orinoco: Tx Timeout Expired.

# pinSock Func Type Flags PID Base Size IRQ1 Empty ----MF---------- None1 Empty ----MF---------- None2 0 Network C---I-+--------- None 0x300 64 72 Empty ----MF---------- None # io-net -dorinoco network=mach,mode=normal,channel=6,verbose=3 -ptcpip# ORiNOCOVendor .............. 0x0Device .............. 0x0Revision ............ 0x0I/O port base ....... 0x300Interrupt ........... 0x7MAC address ......... 00904b 010011 # ifconfig en0 192.168.0.13# ifconfig en0en0: flags=8843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 address: 00:90:4b:01:00:11 media: <unknown type> autoselect status: unknown inet 192.168.0.13 netmask 0xffffff00 broadcast 192.168.0.255 inet6 fe80::290:4bff:fe01:11%en0 prefixlen 64 scopeid 0x2

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