I did some more testing and I did start having problems with PAN.
After several hours of use I was losing the connection.  Then I noticed
my kernel was build for 200MHZ.  Previously I saw problems with 200MHZ
but this is not conclusive.  I tried my access point with my iPAQ H1945
and it has been constantly connected for the past two days.  So much
for interference.  One thing I will try on the next failure is l2ping. This
may help identifier the layer at which things fail.
David.

wink <wink@gettcomm.com> wrote:
David Farrell wrote:

> Do you have to 400MHZ Board?
>
> */Lee Smith /* wrote:
>
> If that is the case you're doing better than I. I'm having problems
> transferring a 2mb file (root_arm_fs) at the default 921600.
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