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Old 09-04-2006, 03:49 PM   #1
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Location: Riihimäki, Finland
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Wlan traffic stops

Can someone tell me what to do, i have Suse 10.0, and i´m using D-link dwl-g122 rev. c Wlan dongle with Ndiswrapper, everythin works pretty well, BUT, the connection cannot tolerate heavier traffic for some reason.
I can keep google up all day, and search anything, but when i try some web pages, like this new thread page, or remote desktop connection, the line just dies, link is still on at the dongle, and WiFi manager thinks its connected, but nothing goes throug.
I tried ethereal, and suddenly all traffic stops, and dongle keeps lookin for accesspoint, howling "who has ***.***.***.***?".
with Xp all works fine.

I would really preciate, if someone could help.....



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