Does anybody know if there are faster drivers for either my Broadcom card, or my Intel card???? I don’t know if “dual band” means it runs faster. I’m talking about leaving the “consumer” level, and moving to a cheap, enterprise, WAP from Ubiquiti. I’ve found that staying with HW that has direct, good, built-in kernel support for anything I want to accomplish is the best solution. Also, I’d avoid the “nub” wifi USB adapters. Dell wireless with Broadcom BCM chip, and 2. May 19th, 1.
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So now I am looking for recommendations on the fastest “G” card for the D Don’t be afraid of “enterprise” Older routers had latiture issues that just don’t apply to newer routers. In addition, does anybody know if the linux driver would drive the card, if I bought one????
I’m talking about leaving the “consumer” level, and moving to a cheap, enterprise, WAP from Ubiquiti. I will look into some of your recommendations. Have 3 dead “nubs” here.
I use a free Android app to configure it at each client-site. What is the router being used?
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I have done this before, but it is a pain. For the price of fixing these things, you could get a new-to-you laptop that is x faster. Fastest wifi card for Dell Latitude D Plus not all s610 are the same. Drivers for Linux almost never come with any hardware.
[SOLVED] Fastest wifi card for Dell Latitude D
Fastest wifi card for Dell Latitude D http: There are many different areas where wifi fails. Looks like they really just want folks to disable the internal wifi adapter and use USB adapters. You’ll need to systematically address each point to get the best possible performance. These things are amazing and can have very long range in areas that don’t have interference.
It is the connection, not the actual push of data by each device. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. May 21st, 3.
IME, they get really hot and start to fail. If the kernel doesn’t support it out of the box, I don’t want it. Nnetwork 19th, 1. The issue might not be with the old D at all.
Time for a new router and WAP? A D is pretty old.
Also, I’d avoid the “nub” wifi USB adapters. Cheap, fast, embedded chips are made for GigE connections these days, unlike older routers. Would this card be faster?