Networking/SSH Problems with 9.10

Karl Larsen klarsen1 at gmail.com
Sun Apr 25 11:15:41 UTC 2010


On 04/24/2010 06:23 PM, Tim Henderson wrote:
> I am a xubuntu user, however I have found this problem to exist under
> Ubuntu as well.
>
> I realize I was having networking problems during SSH sessions.  While
> ssh'd into my server the network would "drop" for up to 30 seconds at a
> time where any command I typed would not show up in the terminal for up
> to 30 seconds.  Eventually the network comes back and my commands all
> flow through at once.
>
> While I though this was originally an SSH problem, I have realized the
> problem exists while normally using my computer/server.  Firefox
> sessions will just not load for seconds.  During this time I attempt to
> run `host google.com` in my terminal.  A few second pass then finall the
> host cmd loads while the firefox page loads.
>
> I have another computer running 9.10 which is directly plugged in with
> no problems.  And a laptop with 9.10 connecting wireless through a
> realtek NIC, also no problems....
     Are you using ssh on the laptop?


> ...So I assume there is a networking
> issue with either of my Wireless NIC or my router.  I use a Netgear
> Wireless N router and a Gigabyte Wireless G card.
>    
     Is the Gigabyte Wireless G card in the computer that is having the 
ssh problems?


> This problem never occurred with any previous versions of Ubuntu or
> Xubuntu dating back to 8.04.
>    
     Can you drop back to 8.04 today and verify everything is working 
there stiil? If you can then 9.10 at least has changed how it handles 
networking.


> Has anyone had any similar network drop problems on their Ubuntu machine
> running 9.10?
>
> Does anyone know what may have changed between 9.04 to 9.10 regarding
> networking scripts/apps/bins which would effect connectivity?
>
> Thanks,
> Tim H.
>
> 73 Karl



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