[ubuntu-uk] netbook wifi traffic disconnects all
john at jr0cket.com
Mon Jan 17 22:56:34 UTC 2011
On 17 January 2011 22:38, andres <andresmp at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been looking for this for some time but I think I'm not doing the
> right word search in google. I don't even know how to report it if it's
> a bug... might not even be an OS problem so sorry.
> I have an ubuntu netbook 10.04 acer aspire one zg5 (same as AO110 I
> think but with SSD).
> I get yelled at because I am downloading files (podcasts, software,
> distros, ...) this for some reason disconnects my wifi but also all
> other kit that is connected to the router. Then my wifi recovers
> connection and slowly all the other stuff in the house gets connected
> (w7, itouch, internet radio). But if I continue downloading it will
> disconnect everything again. I've been able to see that this happens at
> when I reach a certain download speed.
> I use a netgear routher and my broadband is virgin.
> Any pointers are welcome!
My first guess it that your router is overheating. Next time you have a
problem, very carefully check the temperature of you router - check the
temperature on the router before you do any downloading, so you have
something to compare when you have a problem.
If temperature is not the problem, then you may just be overloading your
router or have a faulty router.
Do you have the same problem if you are downloading whilst connected via
ethernet cable to the router?
There maybe a way to limit your download speed when connected over wireless,
but have not looked into that. Any one have ideas?
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jr0cket.com | leanagilemachine.com
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