Kernel version 5.15.32 - is wifi6 working on the newest intel chipset?

I noticed the kernel version is 5.15.32… is wifi6 working on the newest intel chipset?

Is the current hardware list up to date ?

@evanesce69

From this page : https://www.intel.ca/content/www/ca/en/support/articles/000005511/wireless.html

Note This table contains only the first official firmware version released, which is only guaranteed to work with the kernel version specified in the table. To get the latest version for newer kernels, use the firmware git tree instead.

Device Kernels Firmware
Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX210 160MHz 5.10+ iwlwifi-ty-59.601f3a66.0.tgz
Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX201 160MHz 5.2+ iwlwifi-Qu-48.13675109.0.tgz
Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX200 160MHz 5.1+ iwlwifi-cc-46.3cfab8da.0.tgz

Hi,

we are currently shipping the 20211216 version of the linux-firmware contents, which is relatively new, but not completely up to date (the latest version is 20220411).

(Looks like I will have to take care of this for Core Update 168. linux-firmware is always a pain to update, because it is so big we cannot even ship its content in one piece anymore, so every file has to be checked manually for changes. :expressionless: )

So, I think there are good chances IPFire supports this chipset. Just give it a try on that hardware, and report back. :slight_smile:

Thanks, and best regards,
Peter Müller

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Peter,

my card is working as an access point, although i cannot find any information on HT Caps or VHT Caps… so it is very slow and not making use of its full potential.

Do you have any ideas on where one could find the values?

My card is the TP Link Archer TX3000E.

Rob

Hi,

sorry, but I am not an expert by any means when it comes to this topic. Perhaps @arne_f can help you.

In case an updated version of linux-firmware turns out to have this fixed already, please stay patient - I literally prepared it for upcoming Core Update 168 this minute. :slight_smile:

Thanks, and best regards,
Peter Müller