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Downloading, compiling and installing the latest drivers for the USB-N The answer to hardwarerecs. That lsusb output looks absolutely nostalgic to me. I don’t know what to do. If not, please do the following to help us help you troubleshoot this further: One review said it has an Atheros chipset. Please AskUbuntu, what do? Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
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Believe me that I have tried to do something with it for quite a while as you can see in post 23 of this thread The chipset is junk. I am using the firmware-realtek drivers for the rqlink, and not the official ones, as they are difficult to install. As in most parts of the civilised world the 2GHz band is pretty crowded, either you have a good signal, or you are pretty much in trouble.
I’ve seen some solutions talking about an “rt2xxx” or “rt3xxx” driver or chipset. I think I can try to complain to Amazon and get my money back, and hopefully buy a better one.
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I feel pretty cheated now. Also beware that whilst you might got away with only one antenna in the 2. It would hint at what the problem is.
Home Questions Tags Usb-j13 Unanswered. Did the answers below fix your problem? After reboot, please try connecting to wireless again, and this time it should hopefully work.
Sign up using Facebook. Thank you for your interest in this question. Guess I was a little late figuring things out. If not, check out this link http: At this point, please close the terminal and reboot.
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You will know it’s done when the prompt returns, preceded by this message: Rui F Ribeiro Hopefully this is the end, but it may not Please do take note this chipset only supports the 2GHz band. You may also want to try a different WiFi Channel on the router before you proceed with resolving this further using the following.
If it works without the security then try changing the security to some other form that works for you. I think you may be confused by what you read on forums, AU, etc.
IMO they are focused in selling cheap junk that does not work. Usually users report the realtek chipsets work “well” in Windows because Windows drivers have nasty hacks to work around dalink of the bugs.
In just two steps, a secure and protected wireless connection setting is done! I am also using Debian 8 Jessie, if you need to know my OS. General advice about WiFi technology As usb-h13 comments, specially in WiFi, you have to pay good money to have good chipsets that work as promised. Its specially-designed internal antenna provides wireless speed up to Mbps and wireless coverage of up to meters.