Solution in seems to work for me root laptop: Selected rate control algorithm ‘iwlrs’ [ If you are on Ubuntu version I confirm that replacing NetworkManager with Wicd resolv problems with slow speed on my wifi intel ABG wifi card spec: Internet speed is full, but speed in local network seems to be reduced slightly.

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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Additional bit of information: Copyright c Intel Corporation [ I am no more able to reproduce the problem, with ubuntu kernel 2. I also experiment slowdowns under Reboot and log back in. Related questions gnome-nettool in Ubuntu: William Scheidegger william-scheidegger wrote on Join Date Sep Beans Once linxu I’ve installed 8. Wireless is almost unusable right now.

How to install Intel PRO ipw3945 wireless drivers

Aleksei tav-susp wrote on I first suspected my ISP doing throttling But i got a bad news, after solving this wifi problem, i installed the propitiatory nvidia driver. I try this in local lan and in 3945ahg. Fixed problem with newer kernels and config.


I have probably the same problem on a Thinkpad T60 with iwl Other Intel wireless project pages: I have tried searching and I cannot come up with anything. It’s a pity neither Network Manager’s nor Intel’s team did anything to move this issue further.

Nov 01 Changes in 1. The work queue structure changed 3945avg 2.

According to another AskUbuntu post [1] by user, you simply need to disable the power management for your wireless device:. In the rarest of circumstances, you can get a clashing kernel module – that is when you have to “black-list” a kernel module. Note, this project is deprecated.

Bug # “Slow Wireless Connection in Intel abg” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu

You made this evening and probably next week for me! Acer Aspire NonfreeKernelMo dules: I want to upgrade Lucid in my laptop into Maverick, but this bug stopped me, since I need internet connection via Wi-fi in the laptop.

Can’t stop Rx DMA. I was one of the first if not the first to discover that Network Manager was causing or at least augmenting the problem.


Try to install it and report back if the ljnux speed is back just like when using lucid. Here are my system details, lspci -vnn grep -A3 Wireless 0c: Check [ Bug ] Re: If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place!

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