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The connection drops even when it’s actively in use, so it doesn’t seem te be caused by an inactivity timeout. Jurjen’s solution also works liinux me, but it is quite annoying.
What exactly happens when you try to connect to your network? Results of all in one can be found at paste.
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CONFIG_IWL4965: Intel Wireless WiFi 4965AGN
When removing iwlwifi, first remove the iwl? Mike insomniux wrote on If these changes do not help, please try: I did, in any event, try the recommendation but it did solve my problem. Thanks, Desi Thank you David Foerster for your review of my post and recommendation linuxx review, “How do I get my Lenovo T61 to connect to a wireless network?
[ubuntu] Intel AG card driver not loading
Intel Corporation Device [ Everything worked until a week or two ago or so, but since then I experience dropping wireless connections. Yesterday I had found the solution. Thanks again for your consideration. Problem is, I also changed access points around that time. When the connection drops, the following shows up in the dmesg: This bug report is a duplicate of: Network Manager will default to the usually faster and more secure ethernet if it is available.
I discovered the iwlagn Driver on the Intel site and thought that my solution. Next, I recommend that your regulatory domain be set explicitly.
My connection drops at random intervals also. Of course, substitute your country code if not Iceland.
I didn’t find another way to get the connection working after it drops short of rebooting. Still need some help or ideas even. Can you be more specific about your connection issues? Change the last line to read: After trying all suggestions from Chil and Dav see comments below the sign signals them I’ve responded in some way iwl44965 the question right?
RPM resource iwlfirmware
Here is some info based on what others have been advised to provide.
I still have the same problem.