eth1: invalid argument -- Solution?
as a preface, im working with a linksys wrt54gs which uses linux coding for their firmware. i try to type some command prompts and i run into problems.
when working with some wl commands, i get a return of :
# wl wds 00:0F:66:9C:XX:XX
eth1: Invalid argument
wds Set or get the list of WDS member MAC addresses.
Set using a space separated list of MAC addresses.
wl wds xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx [xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx ...]
i've tried running commands with, for instance, "wl -i eth1 wds..." as someone suggested, but still problematic with the same message.
any suggestions to go about this?