WiMAX works great on this machine in the preinstalled Windows 7.
But the in case of linux(Actually Fedora 15), I can't see any wimax device in my device list but wifi is ok.
When I enter the "rfkill list all", It just show phy0 (wifi) as follow.
0: phy0: Wireless LAN
Soft blocked: no
Hard blocked: no
I'm in South Korea, where Clear has rolled out a huge WiMAX infrastructure, so there should be plenty of WiMAX signal reaching my machine. Sitting right here, in Windows, I have fine WiMAX connectivity.
In this case, we would recommend contacting the Linux* community for updates and development, as it seems to be a setup problem on the Operating System.
You may want to check the following link for reference:
Linux support for Intel® WiFI and WiMAX adapters
Hi, i already install the intel centrino 6250 in my New Panasonic Toughbook CF-53 Tomorrow i`ll do some test in Panama canal to the 802.16e 3.5Ghz network. I install the Intel Proset/wireless Wimax Utility.
Intel offer other software in order to made this test selectioning manually the frecuency? Can i add a digital Certificate?
Thanks a lot