Having the bands’ SSID named differently will facilitate your determining which band is being used by the client – Netgear ships the router with slightly differing SSID’s. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I am using one in my D currently while typing this message. Similar Threads – Latitude D Intel. It maybe an IRQ or driver issue. You can consult intel. Log in or Sign up.

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AFAIK needs 3 built-in antennas to work efficiently and most of the laptops have only 2.

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I travel a lot, and hotels often have wireless but no RJ Kinda risky to use it as your single OS. Look to your notebook’s manufacturer forum or fan forums to find out about adding a third antenna.

I strongly suggest making a dual boot system with either Linux or Windows. Join Now Log In Help. I … Read More […]. Not having wireless, however, is a pain.

I have a time constraint and don’t already trust eBay sellers to ship on time. Router I’m using I believe is only 3×2 but that might change down the road.


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You will have to file a bug report and should include your syslog otherwise maybe useless. First question can I have ‘proper’ dual band wifi with this adapter? I intek up mbs in the same room as the router and still get mbs 40 feet and two rooms away. No, create an account now. Make sure that D has 3 built-in antennas I have change the application from support.

So that would leave Dell as the seller for the Dell N, which ag overpriced through them. Message 5 of 6. I’ll need to add an antenna to get up to mbps so I’ll get Googling for a part and a guide.

A friend gave me his old Dell laptop and it works dfll when connected to the DSL modem but am unable to configure it for wireless use. I have read other threads which are more about achieving necessary bandwidths for certain purposes, I simply want to check if I have got what I paid for.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here The price is roughly the same, about a dollar more for the AGN.


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You can read about my Intel problem and solution here. Yes, my password is: Community Home Community Browser: Message 4 of 6.

Also I checked and I do have all three antennas, although only two are currently in use. The router and the Intel NIC adapter card have 3 radios and 3 antenna. Both of those cards are available from Dell, both New and usually Refurbished versions.

From my quick Google search, it looks like your Inspiron came with 2 antenna only. Message 3 of 6. You want the full height, the half height is used in some newer notebooks like the e Sign up using Email and Password.

Almost all inte, wireless ones are from FreeBSD.