Very rarely the connection stays stable for min. Anyone know whats going on? Are you the publisher? Embed this content in your HTML. In my case I am not even sure if this is a hardware issue or software. Problems with AC wireless adapter on Latitude E w7.
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The time now is I cant seem to get rid of the regular modee frustrating ping spikes. I use my headphones a ton, so modd this is rather important to me. The Bluetooth does not recognize the mic at all.
The speaker works fine with all my other computer and bluetooth device like iPhone and iPad. I installed wireshark and following the documentation have it set to promiscuous mode. I have installed Linux mint This was on ubuntu I ‘ve even reset the computer! June 9th, 1. Are you the publisher?
Somebody at some level must be able to explain what is happening? Articles on this Page showing articles to of I have a Dell all in one tablet, running Windows 8.
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I’m not an expert, but I’m pretty sure that monitor mode is the same as promiscuous mode. I’ve turned on WMM in the intel client, 3945abf well as thoroughput booster.
Its definitely something to do with the wireless card. Also I’m not sure exactly what kind of packets you’re looking for, but Wireshark wasn’t developed promoscuous wireless sniffing exactly so it may not be able to pick up the kind of stuff you want.
[ubuntu] WireShark on Intel PRO/Wireless ABG
Does have anything to do with the fact that I now have two wireless cards? Can anyone help me with this, please? Can anyone from Intel recommend other experiments to help troubleshoot?
I use it pretty much exclusively for Bluetooth stereo headphones. This is a bug in the driver, and a fix for it has been scheduled for inclusion into the kernel. I understand that there is a newer version of the AC firmware file which is appropriate for newer Linux kernels. I run the troubleshooter, which always resets the wifi adapter, and says it resolves the “default gateway is not available” issue.
So I’m hoping that somebody will be able to assist. Install your kernel headers and sources, as well as all packages required for building kernel modules.
Any help would be welcomed. I am using Windows 7 x64 and try to use a Bluetooth speaker with mic for Google Hangout.
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Contact Intel Customer Support. Please help me to solve the problem. Please check for the latest downloads from your OEM first.
Also, where is the Bluetooth drivers? To bring wlan0 down, I used to simply turn off the wireless switch that my computer has. I’m not sure if the current wireless card is combo BCMbut I suspect that it isn’t.