I am running an up-to-date Ubuntu I couldn’t get my intel N wireless card to work in AP mode. Comment on this change optional. Post 2 on this thread has also been useful to some Intel users: Tried ndiswrapper, and got the below error, which as per googling found couldn’t be resolved at all. Thinkpad T on Kubuntu oneiric

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Sign up using Email and Password. Tim Flubshi flubshi wrote on Tasseron tasseron wrote on Change the existing 3 to 2 so that the file reads: It’s a pretty common one shared by quite a number of people over ubuntu forums. Just tried connecting to phone hotspot centrin that works fine. Find More Posts by namecaps.

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I was wondering if you had any advice. I also have an x and am seeing intermittently very bad network performance, but there it’s affecting both wlan0 and the onboard ee.

DISABLED If nothing else, look at the sticky post before posting in networking and wireless and use the wireless script to gather info on your system- it does conceal personal info and post the resulting wireless-info file. I’m also seeing very slow speeds with Wireless-N using an Intel Advanced-N adapter, after updating to Oneiric did the update about a week ago, before the final came out.

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Sign up using Facebook. When using n connections, my router Speedport V, Type A gets so confused that after some seconds, the T’s and all other connections are cancelled and the router takes some minutes to regain composure. What firmware does my wireless device require?

I applied the above mentioned patch to rarings 3. November 25th, Please note, not filing a new report would delay your problem being addressed as quickly as possible. If Centtrino am correct, then this patch does not solve the bug for me.

A higher bit rate Additional info: I tried kernel 3. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.

– Intel N wireless card doesn’t support AP mode – Ask Ubuntu

Sun Aug 28 I have this problem too. We appreciate all feedback, but cannot reply or give product support. The time now is The second mod will probably have more effect. Hmm, wonder why they are supporting forand not this wireless card, though both mention in their docs, that they support Soft AP mode as per intel website.


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Oh, then cgit tricked me somehow, I thought they were just merged yesterday. I certainly wouldn’t attempt it that way – seems very risky. If you have problems, then remove the modification: Thanks for the wifi info script with plenty of details. Does this mean we disabled the Wireless N support? Originally Posted by jeremy My ancient Toshiba Portege R also maxes that out with wireless For more on this, please read the official Ubuntu documentation: Please try a wild guess for old Chili: My similar Intel also does not support AP mode:.