[ubuntu-uk] netbook wifi traffic disconnects all

andres andresmp at gmail.com
Fri Jan 21 08:57:45 UTC 2011

Tyler et al.,

I don't know if that was for me but I think you opened a whole new can
of worms for me. I tried looking for what you mention in my router and I
found some historical settings on my router for certain IP ports that a
friend had configured some time ago (emule among other things!). I've
added my iP to the list but still disconnects itself at high speeds. I
think I need to carefully read the router page and find out what all
those acronyms mean: ssid, UpnP, MAC, TCP, UDP,...

Thanks for all your help!  I think I'll take if from here, don't want to
keep bothering you. 


                 Correo enviado desde mi ubuntu netbook

On Wed, 2011-01-19 at 22:07 +0000, ubuntu-uk-request at lists.ubuntu.com
> You've just diagnosed the problem. It has nothing to do with the
> wireless, and has to do with the kernel parameters for maximum TCP and
> UDP ports (really, NAT settings) or TCP/UDP timeout.
> On DD-WRT v24, this is set on the Administration tab, Management
> subtab,
> bottom of page, "IP Filter Settings (adjust these for P2P". Exactly
> what
> to use depends on your hardware (RAM, really) and firmware.
> Regards,
> Tyler

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