So i have a wireless internet card on my pc to get access to my router. I was wondering how much of the connection this card takes up
i have a 10mbps internet
my card is netgear WG111v3
I have internet access through 3G/4G USB dongle direct into my Ubuntu 10.04 box. Works great! Now I would like to share this connection out through my Netgear WGR614 wireless (and wired) router. Any clues?
I have 2 Netgear routers. One is connected to my broadband and works fine using Wifi. The other I have specifically to connect to a WD MybookliveDUO NAS drive via over a wired connection from my PC; again this works fine and I have superfast access the the NAS rather than using a slower Wifi connection to it.
I believe i have tried every trick in the book !
I am able to access my router from my ubuntu desktop but not even a single site on the internet.
i have installed the drivers for my pci wifi card following this procedure : http://steveswinsburg.wordpress.com/2011/03/12/how-to-install-a-d-link-d...
Earlier it didn't connect to the internet and kept prompti
I just installed Kubuntu 12.04 on a new computer with an Asus motherboard containing onboard NIC. The onboard NIC is enabled in BIOS. I don't happen to have a spare network card to test with. The internet connection is via a D-Link router, either wired or wireless via T-Link USB wireless adapter. The internet connection works fine for other computers on the network (2 wired and 1 wireless).
I have an RNX-N300X wireless card. The card will connect to both the router and the Internet but if i use about 10MB the internet will stop working. The card remains connected to the router though. To fix it I have to reconnect to the router and it'll let me use another 10MB or so. I remember i did not have any problems on previous versions of ubuntu just on this latest one.
Woohoo! I finally have started the switch to Ubuntu (I built my own PC). However, whenever I Hibernate or Suspend (I know that Linux sometimes has trouble in these areas), my wireless internet doesn't work. Everything else does, but it won't let me make a connection, even after I wait a few minutes (which makes me think it's my wireless card):confused:.