I'm doing research involving ad-hoc networks, and I
want to put the Cisco Aironet 340 into 802.11 ad-hoc
power saving mode. Browsing the Aironet 4800
programmer's manual, they do refer to power-saving
ad-hoc mode in more than one place, so I think it's
I've hacked airo.c in the pcmcia-cs linux extensions
to set atimDuration to 5ms, when power-saving turns
on, but that doesn't seem to work. Can anyone help me
with this? Does anyone have information about how to
get the Aironet 340 into power-saving ad-hoc mode, or
Many thanks in advance.
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