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You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. SpecialBomb 3 11 I used to have a realtek without shielding in my iOT device, that was not used because it was so bad. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Since the downloaded drivers are in source code form, we’ll need to compile build them before we can install and use them. Please check with your supplier for exact offers. Also beware that whilst you might got away with only one antenna in the 2.

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I think you may be confused by what you read on forums, AU, etc. I’m having troubles debain my wifi usb card. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.

The time now denian Try installing the latest driver from Realtek, released on July 4, Deiban don’t know exactly what it is, but when I typed lsmod grep rt I got: I’m using Debian Testing 64bit just for the sake of experiment I used Debian Stable for 1 week – the result was the same. I suspect that there is something wrong with the way my driver loaded onto the system If I enable open source drivers and reboot, WiFi works.

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In just two steps, a secure and protected wireless connection setting is done! You are cebian viewing LQ as a guest. The chip does not support 5G band 8! I can then blacklist open source drivers and use compiled ones for reboots, after that I no longer able to connect.

Believe me that I have tried to do something with it for quite a while as you can see in post 23 of this usbn13 The chipset is junk. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. I was still using my shitty R.

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It would hint at what the problem is. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?

Cut it physically from the board, the board can go for months up without misbehaving, and RF interference at home is also lower. So this reinforces the need for external antennas.

Go with the “Open With My Best bet would be to look up the router configuration first and make sure everything is fine. Therefore, I downloaded rtsta drivers https: I am using the firmware-realtek drivers for the adapter, and not the official ones, as they are difficult to install.

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Please do take note this chipset only supports asud 2GHz band.

Unfortunately, firmware-ralink didn’t resolve this issue The efforts and hassle to make realtek wifi cards working “properly” are not worth the trouble. At this point, please close the terminal and reboot. Guess I was a little late figuring things out. Normally it is a requirement to have external antennas, especially to use the chipset in AP mode. If not, please do the following to help us help you troubleshoot this further: I also learnt that the market of USB wifis is mostly dominated nowadays by realtek vs ralink, and most of the other brands are just rebrands.

All specifications are subject to change without notice. SpecialBomb I agree with Rui that Realtek is junk. I used to have a realtek without shielding in my iOT device, that was not used because it was so bad.