Intel Corporation Centrino Ultimate-N rev Same here, wireless very slow, running on a lenovo ThinkPad T Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. A similar solution as the one of manuel fernandez 30 fixed the issue with packet loss and slow internet. Having a problem logging in? Alex Chiang achiang wrote on
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Linux Power User Bundle. Johnson n-david-johnson wrote on I couldn’t get my intel N wireless card to work in AP mode.
Can someone affected resume the actual situation with the recent upstream kernels 3.
Please keep that in mind. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. I tried to apply the Intel patch to last ubuntu Again, none of the iwlwifi module options solves the problem. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Did you use XP drivers appropriate to your architecture; either or bit? I can’t easily get access to the router. Brad Figg brad-figg on Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
[UbuntuGnome] Intel Centrino Ultimate-N – Slow performance
I hope it is okay to use this thread for other issues with the Intel Cnetrino Ultimate-N I created all the config-files as suggested in this thread. Penalver penalvch wrote on And regarding the other points? How would that affect my WiFi speeds?
My ancient Toshiba Portege R also maxes that out with wireless This is my first post here. You can get the latest firmware from linux-firmware.
Frustratingly slow connection under Oneiric. David Small dasmall wrote on Linux – Networking This forum is for any issue related to networks or networking. On a Dell Studio and just upgraded from Ubuntu To get the latest version for newer 630, use the firmware git tree instead.
Why is your network unencrypted? The firmware necessary to support the devices is distributed separately under the firmware license.
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Intel Wireless WiFi Link, Wireless-N, Advanced-N, Ultimate-N devices
But has soft AP mode support as per it’s user doc from intel website. Visit the following links: In many cases I’ve worked on, but not every case, it has been helpful. I’m getting about 20 Mbps from my ThinkPad running Windows 7 and just under 4 Mbps with Oneiric from my Dell Latitude e, connected to the same router.