Wireless dual channel
have some way to make a pfsense wireless access point (or freebsd itself) use 2 or more channels at same time ?.
Depends what you mean.
I think there is some support the Atheros SuperG mode which combines two G channels to get 108Mbps. Probably not what you mean though.
Thanks for answer.
I understand about the superg mode, but like you said, is in other way.
I'm looking something like: ifconfig wlan0 channel 3, 8, 11
If the support not exist, have some programmer to do this ?.
I'm interested in pay this.
You can have multiple ssids on one access point (virtual access points) but they have to be on the same channel. I don't believe it's possible to have the radio tune to more than one frequency. Not a software limitation. I could be wrong. ;)
stan-qaz last edited by
If you can find an external, Ethernet connected WiFi device that does the multiple wireless connections you want it might be your best option.
GruensFroeschli last edited by
You need one wlan-card per frequency you want to run an access point on.
If you mean N channel bonding, then pfsense/freebsd drivers don't support single N mode anyway, so there is currently no way to do this on pfsense.
Thanks to everyone.
I look Adrian Chadd about this in he's blog and is not possible make this function. In AP mode is possible just one channel at time.