Sorry to reply to my own post - nobody seems to find my post interesting?
I have a somewhat interesting issue/extension to my previous patch: I need 802.11g
compatibility (basically because my client gets a bit confused and the client driver hasn't got the functionality to drop to 11b mode). The vendor driver automatically
decides to go into pure 11b mode if connected to USB 1.1 host. I think this is wrong -
it should stay in mixed mode regardless, but tell client to drop to B mode, if they can,
or limit the transfer rate to B mode from access point side.
Indeed, if I just comment out the USB 1.1 decision, the vendor driver starts in mixed mode and a 11g client can connect (and then the vendor driver limit the rate to b rate),
and I have useable network connectivity.
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