I have installed all updates. I experienced this internet speed problem when I did clean install of Ubuntu Same issue here, with an Asus notebook. Selected rate control algorithm ‘iwlrs’ [ Sometimes the version in the kernel is buggy.
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So I 3945agg confirm that Bug affects Ubuntu Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. I apparently installed realtek driver besides the intel driver. The kernel is the key here – it will look for the most appropriate driver according to the device.
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More or less its ok. Internet speed is full, but speed in local network seems to be reduced slightly. Copyright c Intel Corporation [ The latest one that I have working is version compat- wireless- Originally Posted by miniu.
Results 1 to 10 of Only fully tested and verified drivers should be used and deployed by end users. Hardware restart was requested. I tried re-compiling iwl module compat- wireless- Thank you very much. Or for a more involved, probably more correct, way to get the SysTray Icon to show up, follow the steps here: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Solution in seems to work for me root laptop: And I don’t thing enabling syn cookies will do the trick, imo it’s just a symptom of air interface going bad. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. If you have any questions, concerns, etc.
Just in case, my info: I have the same network hardware in my laptop. There is evidently a revision to iwl in there.
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Daniel Thomas drt24 on Eric Appleman erappleman wrote on When I was trying to fix this, I had made so many changes that I need to go back 3945abh the beginning and start over. Thank you very much My output: Since I’m using my spare again, I figured I’d chime in. Related questions gnome-nettool in Ubuntu: