Currently we have many reported issues regarding the Centrino Advanced N 6235 card.
So far Intel, IT Manufacturers & Router Manufacturers all pass blame over to other parties.. But It could be down to any of the following.
> Intel N 6235 H/W Issue?
> Intel Software (driver/firmware) issue?
> Laptop/PC Manufacturer issue?
> Router (Chipset/Firmware) issue?
I need your help to build a bigger picture of Hardware causing issues, please include Hardware Vender info in your reply.
Keep it basic as per below.
[Basic Issue] = Signal Strength or Connection Speed
[Standard Used] = 802.11n
[PC/Laptop Vender] = Samsung/Dell/Toshiba etc..
[Router Vender/Model] = Asus RT-N66U Dark Knight
[ISP Provider] = SKY / BT
Please help to make awareness of this post in other Forums.. It 's important we gather as much info as possible
IMPORTANT: If using 802.11n (High Throughput) Router - Performance issues will occur if using "WEP" or "TKIP" encryption.. Encryption default should be AES or AP mode.&# 13; &# 13; Please check settings.
[Basic Issue] = Connection Speed
[Standard Used] = 802.11n/b/g
[PC/Laptop Vender] = brand new Samsung laptop
[Router Vender/Model] = linksys
[ISP Provider] = xfinity
When I connect to my wifi my download speeds are only 10-15 Mbps. All other computers on my wireless network are getting dl speeds of 50mbps. When I am on the road in a hotel my computer gets .5 Mbps and my phone is pulling about 3 Mbps. I have a linksys router from a few years ago that can broadcast in 2.4ghz and 5ghz but not both at the same time. When I set my router to 5ghz I get dl speeds of 50Mbps, but not all my devices can connect at this setting. Looking for a solution or I will have to return my computer and get one that works.
Comments: the problem appears randomly, 2 or 3 times in one hour with normal working in the laptop. With heavy traffic like bittorrent the problem appears almost immediately.
[Basic Issue] = Signal Strength and Connection Speed, along with continuous drops, and limited network issue when connecting to wifi.
[Standard Used] = 802.11n, WPA2
[PC/Laptop Vender] = Samsung.
[Router Vender/Model] = Netgear WNR2000
[ISP Provider] = Cox
[OS] = Windows 8 64bit
This issue has been continuous since i first purchased the Samsung Ativbook 6
It seems like whichever drier i use(stock from manufacture, or Intel's) problem remains still
I might try to use the windows driver as it seems like some people had less issues with them.
And ISP provider does not seem to be an issue, since it occurs in anywhere i go, school, home, etc.
[Basic Issue] = Connection stability (frequent dropouts ) , connection speed
[Standard Used] = 802.11 n draft 150Mbps 2.4GHz
[PC/Laptop Vendor] = Asus UX32VD-R4002V
[Drivers] = all drivers, also last 16.1.5 Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software
[Router Vendor/Model] = NETGEAR Wireless-N 150 Router DGN1000
[OS] = Windows 7 64 bit
No problem with other PC or notebook using this router
[Basic Issue] = Frequent connection dropouts
[Standard Used] = 802.11 n draft 130Mbps 2.4GHz
[PC/Laptop Vendor] = Samsung NP770Z5E-S01PL
[Drivers] = all drivers, also last 16.7.0 (184.108.40.206)
[Router Vendor/Model] = TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND
[ISP] = UPC Sp. z o.o.
[OS] = Windows 8.1 64 bit
Transfer single, large file via http/ftp - no dropouts
Run bittorent client and run transfer - very frequent dropouts
[Basic Issue] = Connection Dropouts/Connection stability and connection speed/strength
[Standard Used] = 802.11n
[PC/Laptop Vender] = Dell (brand new computer never used)
[Router Vender/Model] = Linksys
[ISP Provider] = Verizon (Washington, DC)