Re: Strange Networking in Karmic
My "fix" above did nothing for me, as it turns-out. I am now, though, somewhat convinced it is a WPA issue because after some recent updates my WEP connection is fine, but my WPA-PSK still drops shortly after connection. It eventually becomes responsive again and it just as speedy as ever, but that "dead zone" is unacceptable. How is this something which hasn't received my attention? WEP is a poor choice for security, so (some rhetorical questions) why in the world would anyone ever use it with WPA as a solution and, in theory, if everyone's "supposed" to be using WPA how would this kind of networking problem not be solved in nanoseconds?
Could someone point me to a good step-by-step, in-depth guide for WPA files, programs, and scripts Ubuntu uses; I'd like to start digging into the "meat and potatoes" and get this solved.
This seems to be almost 100% WPA related. Anyone?
Last edited by moore.bryan; November 14th, 2009 at 07:43 PM.
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