If like me you have your PFsense box behind a router, it could be useful to reduce the dynDNS update interval. This is because pfSense don’t force an update when the dynamic IP change. Here is a simple solution:
In the last days I am having some trouble running 5GHz 802.11n with this device and last version of OpenWRT. It turn out that b43 open source driver can’t work in N mode, so I switched to the proprietary WL broadcom driver. However, it cause my router to crash after a client connect to it.
I’m working on it.
log driver debug information with hostapd
openVPN routing problem explanation and solution
You can check if your interface is connected to an AP with
iw wlan0 link
and the output is something like this
SSID: blabla freq: 2432 RX: 196892 bytes (1278 packets) TX: 19107 bytes (125 packets) signal: -35 dBm tx bitrate: 57.8 MBit/s MCS 5 short GI bss flags: short-preamble short-slot-time dtim period: 0 beacon int: 100