[rt2x00-users] Linksys WUSB600N v1 disconnecting from AP

Helmut Schaa helmut.schaa at googlemail.com
Wed Jan 5 05:46:56 EST 2011


Hi Aleksandar,

looks like a somewhat strange regulatory handling. However, I'm not really
familiar with the regulatory stuff. Maybe Luis can give us some info/ideas
regarding this ...

Luis, mind to have a look at the regulatory messages below?

Am Dienstag, 4. Januar 2011 schrieb Aleksandar Milivojevic:
> I've searched around a bit and haven't found much information that looks
> like the problem I'm experiencing with rt2x00 drivers.
> 
> The hardware I have is Linksys WUSB600N USB stick, v1 hardware revision,
> which should have RT2870 chipset.  The kernel used is from a generic Ubuntu
> 10.10 distribution (uname shows "Linux toporko 2.6.35-24-generic #42-Ubuntu
> SMP Thu Dec 2 01:41:57 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux").  The output of lsusb
> identifies device as:
> 
> Bus 001 Device 003: ID 1737:0071 Linksys WUSB600N Dual-Band Wireless-N USB
> Network Adapter
> 
> The problem I'm experiencing is that I'm able to connect to my AP (an Apple
> Airport Extreme operating at 5GHZ) shortly after boot.  However, shortly
> after connection is made (usually within few minutes), the connection is
> dropped, and all subsequent attempts to re-connect to AP fail.  Reloading
> the driver helps to reconnect, but connection is again dropped after few
> minutes.  I also have another AP (an old Linksys WRT54G) operating on
> 2.4GHz, and it seems same issue is present if I attempt to connect to it
> (haven't experimented with this other setup much, as I'm much more
> interested in connecting to my WiFi-N network).
> 
> The list of relevant loaded drivers on the system shows (looking for
> anything starting with 'rt' in the name):
> rt2800usb               8367  0
> rt2800lib              28897  1 rt2800usb
> rt2x00usb               9779  2 rt2800usb,rt2800lib
> rt2x00lib              27275  2 rt2800lib,rt2x00usb
> led_class               2633  1 rt2x00lib
> mac80211              231541  2 rt2x00usb,rt2x00lib
> cfg80211              144470  2 rt2x00lib,mac80211
> 
> I have rt2870sta driver blacklisted to prevent it from conflicting with
> rt2x00 drivers.
> 
> Looking at the log files, it seems /var/log/messages and /var/log/debug
> contain most interesting logs.
> 
> I found following snippet in /var/log/messages:
> 
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.143600] ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE):
> wlan0: link becomes ready
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.143712] cfg80211: Calling CRDA for
> country: US
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219910] cfg80211: Regulatory domain:
> US
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219914]     (start_freq - end_freq @
> bandwidth), (max_antenna_gain, max_eirp)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219918]     (5170000 KHz - 5250000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (10000 mBi, 3000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219923]     (5735000 KHz - 5835000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (10000 mBi, 3000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219928] cfg80211: Regulatory domain:
> US
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219930]     (start_freq - end_freq @
> bandwidth), (max_antenna_gain, max_eirp)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219935]     (2402000 KHz - 2472000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2700 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219939]     (5170000 KHz - 5250000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 1700 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219943]     (5250000 KHz - 5330000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219947]     (5490000 KHz - 5600000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219951]     (5650000 KHz - 5710000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219955]     (5735000 KHz - 5835000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 3000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219960] cfg80211: Regulatory domain:
> 98
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219962]     (start_freq - end_freq @
> bandwidth), (max_antenna_gain, max_eirp)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219966]     (5170000 KHz - 5250000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 1700 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219971]     (5735000 KHz - 5835000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 3000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220189] cfg80211: Current regulatory
> domain updated by AP to: US
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220192]     (start_freq - end_freq @
> bandwidth), (max_antenna_gain, max_eirp)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220196]     (5170000 KHz - 5250000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 1700 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220200]     (5735000 KHz - 5835000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 3000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.409801] padlock: VIA PadLock not
> detected.
> Jan  3 10:40:20 toporko kernel: [  112.656632] lo: Disabled Privacy
> Extensions
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.593983] cfg80211: Calling CRDA to
> update world regulatory domain
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.625264] cfg80211: World regulatory
> domain updated:
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.625272]     (start_freq - end_freq @
> bandwidth), (max_antenna_gain, max_eirp)
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.625277]     (2402000 KHz - 2472000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.625282]     (2457000 KHz - 2482000
> KHz @ 20000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.625286]     (2474000 KHz - 2494000
> KHz @ 20000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.625290]     (5170000 KHz - 5250000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.625294]     (5735000 KHz - 5835000
> KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)
> 
> 
> I also found similar snippet in /var/log/debug.  Interestingly, unlike the
> one above that lists IE as US (which is correct for my location, and
> corresponds to the settings in my AP), in debug log file IE is strangely
> blank with bunch of lines about disabled frequencies:
> 
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.114337] wlan0: authenticate with
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff (try 1)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.114955] wlan0: authenticated
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.118103] wlan0: associate with
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff (try 1)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.119214] wlan0: RX AssocResp from
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff (capab=0x511 status=0 aid=1)
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.119220] wlan0: associated
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219901] cfg80211: Received country
> IE:
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219925] cfg80211: CRDA thinks this
> should applied:
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219957] cfg80211: We intersect both
> of these and get:
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219977] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2412 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219981] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2417 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219985] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2422 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219988] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2427 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.219992] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2432 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220044] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2437 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220048] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2442 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220052] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2447 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220056] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2452 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220059] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2457 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220063] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2462 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220066] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2467 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220070] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2472 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220073] cfg80211: Leaving channel
> 2484 MHz intact on phy0 - no rule found in band on Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220078] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5260 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220081] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5270 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220084] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5280 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220087] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5300 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220091] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5310 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220094] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5320 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220097] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5500 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220100] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5510 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220103] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5520 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220106] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5540 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220109] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5550 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220113] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5560 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220116] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5580 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220119] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5590 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220122] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5600 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220125] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5620 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220128] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5630 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220131] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5640 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220135] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5660 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220138] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5670 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220141] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5680 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220144] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5700 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220148] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5835 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220151] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5845 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220154] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5855 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220157] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5865 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220160] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5920 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220163] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5940 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220167] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5960 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220170] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 5980 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220173] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 6040 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220176] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 6060 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:39:38 toporko kernel: [   70.220179] cfg80211: Disabling channel
> 6080 MHz on phy0 due to Country IE
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.564046] No probe response from AP
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff after 500ms, disconnecting.
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.593968] cfg80211: All devices are
> disconnected, going to restore regulatory settings
> Jan  3 10:41:31 toporko kernel: [  183.593977] cfg80211: Restoring
> regulatory settings
> Jan  3 10:41:34 toporko kernel: [  186.856369] wlan0: authenticate with
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff (try 1)
> Jan  3 10:41:34 toporko kernel: [  187.056156] wlan0: authenticate with
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff (try 2)
> Jan  3 10:41:35 toporko kernel: [  187.256419] wlan0: authenticate with
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff (try 3)
> Jan  3 10:41:35 toporko kernel: [  187.456054] wlan0: authentication with
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff timed out
> Jan  3 10:41:47 toporko kernel: [  200.054031] wlan0: direct probe to
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff (try 1)
> Jan  3 10:41:48 toporko kernel: [  200.252050] wlan0: direct probe to
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff (try 2)
> Jan  3 10:41:48 toporko kernel: [  200.452085] wlan0: direct probe to
> 00:1e:52:79:e9:ff (try 3)

We received an empty country IE and as a result disabled serveral 11a channels.
Maybe even the one we are currently associated to?

Thanks,
Helmut



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