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r/PFSENSE - Upgraded from 2.3.4 to 2.4 beta: USB Wifi

pfsense not recognizing my 802.11n wireless card [pfsense

802.11 Wireless — Using Wireless Interfaces | pfSense Using Wireless Interfaces¶. Starting with pfSense® software version 2.4, wireless interfaces must be created on the Wireless tab under Interfaces > (assign) before they can be assigned. Certain supported cards and chipsets can have Virtual Access Points (VAPs). This allows multiple access points to be run on a single wireless card, each with their own SSID, subnet, security settings, and so on.