July 5th, 6. If I boot the netbook with the ethernet cable plugged in, the wifi instantly connects as well! I can then unplug the ethernet cable eth0 goes away , but I am still able to use the wifi connection for about 5 minutes before it disconnects, and goes back to trying and failing to connect. Here’s lspci note there is nothing listed as “Wireless Brand” to grep out: Because battery power is so precious, laptops have elaborate schemes to throttle down everything on a laptop if it’s not in use. 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: Managed’ means that the wireless card is being managed by the router or other access point.
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July 6th, Other EEE netbooks seem to have issues with multiple wireless drivers, like in this thread. A fully charged battery and a connected power cord are what’s likely but not certain to produce a short-lived wifi connection. Very rarely, the wifi will also 1000n on boot without the ethernet cable, but that is not replicable.
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The time now is Here’s wkan note there is nothing listed as “Wireless Brand” to grep out: I was about ready to throw in the towel on this one. I tried blacklisting it, to see if another driver was trying to load instead, but that just negated my wifi altogether. Managed’ means that the wireless card is being managed by the router or other access point.
The AP sets the channel, bit-rate and many other details and your wireless card says, “Yes, Master. July 6th, 8. Results 1 to 10 of Below is the suggested information for a first post: Tags for this Thread asuseeepcnetbookwifi.
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It 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. Here’s the result of iwconfig with the wifi connected: I am now unable to get my wifi to work reliably.
The wifi tries to connect for a while, then pops up the “Wireless Network Authentication Required” window. When your wireless is connected, please run: I haven’t mistyped the password see below. July 5th, 4. For example, iwlist scan is able to find my network. July 5th, 7. July 6th, 9.
Perhaps something similar is happening here? OK, fresh boot of the netbook with the power cord in.
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So I plugged in the power cord, charged up the battery to full, turned on the netbook and bingo! The netbook is always able to connect through an ethernet cable on eth0 just fine. Also note that the wifi antenna is turned on.