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Re: Wireless speed drops



Hi,

Wendell Nichols написа:
> 
> 
> Georgi Hristozov wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> max написа:
>>> On Wed, May 06, 2009 at 07:16:41PM +0300, Georgi Hristozov wrote:
>>>> <snip>
>>> Got a coffee shop nearby? Do they have wireless access? Try there and
>>> see if the problem persists. Hardware failure has to be ruled out or
>>> all the debugging in the world isn't going to do you a bit of good.
>>>
>>> Other things to consider is if anyone else is connected to your
>>> access point, some access points will have to limit the overall speed
>>> if a client is using say b instead of g wireless, so your only as
>>> fast as your slowest man.
>>
>> Sometimes I use another notebook (Win 2000) with this AP and the speed
>> is stable. And, as I said, with Vista on the same problematic Toshiba,
>> everything works great for hours with high network load. Checked the
>> AP, nobody else is connected (and it's highly unlikely that I have a
>> WPA cracker in my neighbourhood :D ), and according to iwconfig I'm
>> using G. Anyway, checking near a hotspot (or at a friend's home) is a
>> good idea, I need just a few minutes of downloading at high speed to
>> experience this issue, no need to run iperf for hours. :)
> I had a problem where my wireless network would lag badly periodically. 
> I thought my ISP was at fault but I evntually found that it was my dlink
> wireless router.  I applied a firmware update and its been good since
> then.  Check for maintenance for your wireless router..
> wcn
> 
> 

I've just tested the notebook with other access point. The problem
persists with Linux, and on Vista everything seem to be ok, again. So I
think it's now sure that it comes from Fedora, but I quite don't know
where to debug. Any ideas?

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