questions with WLE900VX 7AA
boris at cation.de
Tue Feb 2 11:02:17 EST 2021
Am 02.02.21 um 16:25 schrieb Ben Greear:
> On 2/2/21 7:20 AM, Boris wrote:
>> Am 02.02.21 um 15:50 schrieb Ben Greear:
>>> On 2/2/21 6:26 AM, Boris wrote:
>>>> Hej hostapd-list,
>>>> hej Jouni,
>>>> first let me thank you all for your nonprofit work! Great soaftware
>>>> that many use since long time with great self-evidence. Thanks so
>>>> This message contains a help request following:
>>>> For the use as a router-box, I run LEAF
>>>> (http://leaf.zetam.org/bering-uclibc/), a dedicated small linux on a
>>>> APU board (www.apu-board.de) equipped with a WLAN adapter Compex
>>>> WLE900VX 7AA.
>>> That radio is dual band, but not dual concurrent, so it can be on
>>> only a single channel at a time.
>>> It should work fine in apu2, we use it in the same chassis often.
>> Hej Ben,
>> thank you for your statement!
>> Yes, it works fine - in either the one or the other mode.
>> OK. So after all, I seem to have chosen not the right hardware for my
>> Is there a suggestion what PCI-E adapter to use that supports 2,4 GHz
>> and 5 GHz radio at the same time (perhaps even Wifi 6) ??
> None that I know about. Just put two wle900vx in your APU2 and then you
> can run two bands concurrently.
> There are no commercially available pcie 6E nics available that can do
> AP mode as far as I know.
> The Intel ax210 can do 6E station mode with 5.11+ kernels.
Thank you again! I also had the idea with two adapters but the
APU-manual describes the two other slots (J13 and J14) explicitely as
_not_ suitable for wifi adapters (if I understand correst):
J13 mSATA miniPCI express
/ This slot can be used for mSATA SSD, or 3G/LTE modem (USB based).
No PCI express = no wifi. Connects to SIM J2.
J14 miniPCI express
/ This slot can be used for 3G/LTE modems (USB based). No PCI express
= no wifi. Connects to SIM J1.
J15 miniPCI express
/ This slot includes PCI express, and is intended for wifi modules. No
Did you try with two adapters although?
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