Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: Sep. 24 2007,21:10
Actually that is a good sign, you have an "out of the box" detected but unconfigured ath0.
That is exactly like mine. Using iwconfig gui changing eth0 to ath0 and specifying wep and essid works for me.
You should probably boot with nodhcp so that you don't have a pump (dhcp request hanging)
You still may have in irq conflict, but lets hope for the best.
You can use iwconfig commands or the gui, if using a wep key enter as colon separated pairs, i.e., 12:34:45:99:..
Some wireless card balk at the pump command and you must use a static ip. But lets hope that using iwconfig or its gui works for you.