[ubuntu-uk] netbook wifi traffic disconnects all

Byte Soup bytesoup at gmail.com
Tue Jan 18 09:17:29 UTC 2011


Is it possible to swap your device out for a spare router? Im not sure about
virgin media as I think you have the cable modem and then the wireless
router connected to that, or is it all in one unit? It sure sounds like the
router rather than your netbook. What happens is your run large downloads on
other machines using the connection?

-Mark

On 17 January 2011 22:38, andres <andresmp at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> 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!
> Andres
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