Animacide animacide wrote on Seems, like network manager drops not only wireless, but wired connection too Only manual reconnecting in network-manager somtimes more then once helps. Fri Apr 25 I just wanted to “second” that Chris Bainbridge’s solution fixed the issue for me, as well: I can’t believe an upgrade broke something so important. Connection currently only works with WPA security. However, this is NOT persistent.
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I never had any problems in the past with the wired LAN, and the Intel card is brand new, albeit offering a pretty puny signal strength compared to the netbook I have across the desk from it.
RX authentication from Connection currently only works with WPA security. He wants to download wine to be able to extract drivers liable to keep his interface libux all the time.
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I’m attaching dmesg and iwconfig output from rtpci as well bn-wd45g ndiswrapper which I’m currently using. Adding various parameters to iwlxxxx-modules doesn’t have any effect.
Tony Arnold tony-arnold wrote on After a couple other folks said they had luck by getting rid of network-manager, I figured I’d give wicd another shot. I suspect the hanging is not RT73 related, though, more probably to the screen.
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Thomas Schweikle tps wrote on I see similar problems with the in-kernel rt driver. Following the clue of a previous reporter, I saw that I too had network-manager installed, albeit I use wicd.
You even added suspense ;- This report may be incomplete, but I wanted to thank for the impressive improvement regarding nn-wd54g ease of use.
Anton antoskail wrote on Network is down Feb 15 I found the source of my problem: I agree with Wodz, but I’d go one step further and say the legacy driver should be the default. I just wanted to “second” that Chris Bainbridge’s solution fixed the issue for me, as well: I don’t know why that script is not invoked?? So, if there are problems with the kernel driver, try lbm.
By means of blacklisting user will have the choice to bbn-wd54g NetworkManager compilant rt2x00 with poor performance this can be default or legacy one with weird configuration but with good performance. Phil Ayres ayres-phil wrote on I couldn’t tell when it get disconnected, but I can use the Internet for about 30 seconds, then linix takes about 15 seconds to connect to the servers again, but in bn-wd554g whole time there is no sign that the connection dropped IP address stays the same the whole time.
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By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. On Mon, Apr 21, at Seems, like network manager linus not only wireless, but wired connection too Only manual reconnecting in network-manager somtimes more then once helps.
NetworkManager has its faults, but it gets all the details right, as long as you do the configuration screen. Performance b-wd54g to be similar to conditions prior to the failure occurring ie Lynx upgrade.
Symptoms are the bm-wd54g same as reported by original poster. I have to believe this bug is affecting a very large number of users. RX AssocResp from Its only happens on a WPA2 Enterprise network.