Wifi only temporarily connects on Asus EEE HE I’m not sure if this will be useful, but here are a bunch of my linksys router’s wifi settings: Note I know that my connection information is OK. I tried blacklisting it, to see if another driver was trying to load instead, but that just negated my wifi altogether. One of the biggest consumers of power on a laptop is the wireless radio. Here’s the result of iwconfig with the wifi connected: The netbook is always able to connect through an ethernet cable on eth0 just fine.
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Managed’ means that the wireless card is being managed by the router or other access point.
I believe that, in some cases, the power management is so aggressive that after two minutes or maybe less, power is reduced and the wireless disconnects. If I boot the netbook with the ethernet cable plugged in, the wifi instantly connects as well! So I plugged in the power cord, charged up the battery to full, turned on the netbook and bingo!
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Very rarely, the wifi will also connect on boot without the ethernet cable, but that is not replicable. Other EEE netbooks seem to have issues with multiple wireless drivers, like in this thread.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Because battery power is so precious, laptops have elaborate schemes to throttle down everything on a laptop if it’s not in use. I plugged in my ethernet cable this morning and booted the netbook, hoping to get a wifi connection, and it didn’t work.
For example, iwlist scan is able to find my network. July 6th, 8.
If I hit “connect” it will try again for a while, then pop up the window. Now the wireless is really not in use and the wireless hasn’t enough power to 100h. July 5th, 3. I posted another thread about this in the absolute beginners forum herebut I was advised to repost in this forum. July 5th, 2.
Results 1 to 10 of Last Jump to page: I’m at my wit’s end. July 5th, 4.
Elan occurred to me that when I was testing this before I probably had the power chord plugged in at the same time I had the ethernet. July 5th, 5. My card seems to be using rtsta as a driver.
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One of the biggest consumers of power on a laptop is the wireless radio. It finds the wifi and autoconnects: Unfortunately, Eeebuntu is no 1000n maintained, so I recently did a clean install of Ubuntu July 6th, Also note that the wifi antenna is turned on.
Wifi only temporarily connects on Asus EEE HE I’m wlah sure if this will be useful, but here are a bunch of my linksys router’s wifi settings: The AP sets the channel, bit-rate and many other details and your wireless card says, “Yes, Master. Perhaps something similar is happening here?
Here’s lspci note there is nothing listed as “Wireless Brand” to grep out: When your wireless is connected, please run: OK, fresh boot wlaan the netbook with the power cord in. Note I know that my connection information is OK.