So my wi-fi card is a Intel 5100 AGN and so far doesnt works. if anyone managed to make it work give me any hint. Ubuntu user :) tried disabling ipv6 - no result
There is a problem with kernel 3.0.0.x and Intel wifi under 802.11n.
We are all waiting for the fix in the kernel.
There is a workaround:
Did disable via options iwlagn 11n_disable=1
After a kernel update to 18.104.22.168-generic i tried to set
This did enable N speed without the reappearance of the lost and slow connections or dead dd-wrt access points.
Update: Since I got downvoted, I changed the answer a bit:
This will download two .deb package files in your home directory
If anything goes wrong, just purge wicd and reinstall network manager:
works for me, EXCEPT that I need to do it every time I reboot :(
I wrote a script to spare me a bit of pain but I'd be SO grateful if someone could tell me why it's not persistent and mainly how to make it persistent!
P.S. : my wifi controller details: