Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #14505


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Timestamp:
Sep 21, 2018 7:30:56 AM (9 months ago)
Author:
diver
Comment:

Please file a separate ticket about wired NIC and attach syslog to both tickets.

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  • Ticket #14505

    • Property Owner changed from mmlr to waddlesplash
    • Property Platform changed from x86 to All
    • Property Component changed from Network & Internet/Wireless to Drivers/Network/iprowifi4965
  • Ticket #14505 – Description

    initial v1  
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    66The WLAN device (intel centrino wireless N 1000 according to devices) has a bunch of problems:
    7 -selecting a network from by rightclicking the icon in the deskbar will prompt you to enter the network passord. After entering it an clicking OK it asks you again, and again, and again...
    8 Clicking Cancle sometimes works, sometimes not.
    9 -Selecting the network from the network panel most of the times connects you to the network.
    10 -when finaly connected it won't get an IP-address through DHCP.
    11 Switching to Static and back to DHCP will result in an IP-address.
    12 -when you have the popup for the password on screen and disable the device, clicking OK in the password-window will crash it.
    13 -when the network-panel locks up (happened several times to me) you can kill the network server, but killing wpa_supplicant will land you in KDL.
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    15 Under windows everithing works as it should, so I don't think it's a hardware-defect.
     8* selecting a network from by right clicking the icon in the deskbar will prompt you to enter the network password. After entering it an clicking OK it asks you again, and again, and again...
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     10* clicking Cancel sometimes works, sometimes not.
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     12* selecting the network from the network panel most of the times connects you to the network.
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     14* when finally connected it won't get an IP-address through DHCP.
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     16* switching to Static and back to DHCP will result in an IP-address.
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     18* when you have the popup for the password on screen and disable the device, clicking OK in the password-window will crash it.
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     20* when the network-panel locks up (happened several times to me) you can kill the network server, but killing wpa_supplicant will land you in KDL.
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     22Under windows everything works as it should, so I don't think it's a hardware-defect.