Sign up using Facebook. Did the answers below fix your problem? I think I can try to complain to Amazon and get my money back, and hopefully buy a better one. I am also using Debian 8 Jessie, if you need to know my OS. If not, check out this link http: SpecialBomb I agree with Rui that Realtek is junk. So this reinforces the need for external antennas.
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SpecialBomb 3 11 Sign up using Email and Password. Normally it is a requirement to have external antennas, especially to use the chipset in AP mode. The chipset is junk. Did the answers below fix your problem? You could also search on hardwarerecs. Based on the lsmod output you included rtl Downloading, compiling and installing the latest drivers for the USB-N Email Required, but never shown.
Also beware that whilst you might got away with only one antenna in the 2. Products may not be available in all markets. I think Zsus can try to complain to Amazon and get my money back, and hopefully buy a better one.
People who own the Lamobo R1 have totally given up in doing something useful with it. I am also using Debian 8 Jessie, if you need to know my OS. If not, check out this link http: It would hint at what the problem is. I was ealink using my shitty R. Go with the “Open With My Best bet would be to look up the router configuration first and make sure everything is fine. The USB Ralink adapter I bought in AliExpress unfortunately is also an old chipset model with its set of bugs, however between two evils, it works consistently better than a Realtek.
The answer to hardwarerecs. I also had crashes almost every week even with the thing blacklisted by software. As last comments, specially in WiFi, you have to pay good money to have good chipsets that work as promised. Every so often, the Wi-Fi connection just stops working, but the indicator says that I’m still connected.
I used to have a realtek without shielding in my iOT device, that was assus used because it was so bad. The transmission quality and excellent features make USB-N13 a great choice for simultaneous downloads, online gaming, and video streaming.
I bought the one I’m using on Amazon. Cut it physically from the board, the board can go for months up without misbehaving, and RF interference at home is also lower. Since this, I got a PCIe wifi card that asuw an atheros chipset.
Please do take note this chipset only supports the 2GHz band. Even if using 5GHz, as the 5GHz protocol was designed to travel smaller distances, external antennas are a rqlink. So this reinforces the need for external antennas.