tkaiser replied at Mon Jan 26, 2015 14:40
As suggested in the other thread. Try to add the following two lines to the eth0 section in /etc/n ...
What is right?
ifconfig shows the interface wlan0, scan for networks is ok, link up is ok saying something like: 10/half, 100/full, but then:
What is wrong?
wl_iw_set_wap: WLC_REASSOC failed (-22)
bcmsdh_sdmmc mmc1:0001:2: wlan0: (WE) Wireless Event too big (65305)
and in the end wlan0 is down.
I did some further testing:
1) I wiped /etc../interfaces clean, installed wicd-curses, but curses stumbled upon REASSOC. (Just to make sure that the problem was not my configuration.)
2) Then I bonded the interfaces (with eth0 the primary) and, when I unplugged the the ethernet cable, LOG said: trying to make wlan0 the active interface ... no success. (Just to make sure that unplugging is registered and proccessed.)
3) At last I disabled the ap..something driver/module and tried to set up an edimax on usb. What was right before was right now, but no establihed connection. (Just to make sure that the problem is not the driver/module.)
10 cm away a raspberry with raspian is having no problems with wifi. (I say that just to make sure that the problem is not the router.)
4) And I tried apt-get update&upgrade (bananian and not) as the last step.
And yes I googled "wl_iw_set_wap: WLC_REASSOC failed (-22)" and ... but I dont see a clear cause for the problem and a quick remedy.