[rt2x00-users] [PATCH 0/9] rt2x00: Align with vendor driver and add support for rt3070/rt3071/rt3090/rt3390.

Lubomir Schmidt gentoo.lubomir at googlemail.com
Sat Apr 10 10:42:03 UTC 2010


There is already support for the 3070 cards out there since last year.
Talk with benoit or prahal ;)

2010/4/10 Gertjan van Wingerde <gwingerde at gmail.com>:
> On 04/09/10 00:16, Ivo van Doorn wrote:
>> On Thursday 08 April 2010, Gertjan van Wingerde wrote:
>>> This patch series aligns rt2x00 with the latest versions of the Ralink
>>> rt2860 / rt2870 / rt3070 / rt3090 drivers, and adds support for RT3070,
>>> RT3071, RT3090, and RT3390 based devices.
>>>
>>> The patches are relative to wireless-next-2.6, and can also be pulled
>>> from:
>>>
>>>      git://git.gwingerde.nl/rt2x00-next-2.6
>>
>> Any idea what the status is of rt2870 and rt2770 devices after this series?
>>
>
> To be honest I only could get my RT2870 device (which is actually identified as an
> RT2860) to scan properly when I tested it.
> However, I had major USB connection issues with that device at the time, so the USB
> connectivity would not survive a association / authentication cycle towards my WPA2-
> protect network.
>
> However, I did manage to connect to this network with my RT3070 device, so I have
> no reason to believe that things would be different for RT2870.
>
> One thing that I believe is still missing for the whole RT28xx/RT3xxx devices is
> proper 802.11n support. I am not sure about that, as I haven't really investigated
> that yet, but my feeling, based on what other drivers had to do to support 802.11n,
> is that we need more work inside rt2x00 to properly support 802.11n.
>
> ---
> Gertjan.
>
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