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When you set a static IP address, you must also set DNS nameservers.I suggest you amend /etc/network/interfaces to: # This file describes the network interfaces available on your system # and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5). # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # The primary network interface auto ...


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Couple of things to do: Remove needless stuff from resolv.conf 1 # Dynamic resolv.conf(5) file for glibc resolver(3) generated by resolvconf(8) 2 # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE BY HAND -- YOUR CHANGES WILL BE OVERWRITTEN 3 nameserver 8.8.8.8 | sudo tee -a /etc/resolv/conf.d/head 4 printtf nnameserver 5 nameserver 8.8.8.8 | ...


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Since it will connect with wifi at work, I would look at your wifi router settings and see if the encryption is set for WPA2 only with no TKIP or WEP as it seems that Linux has issues when WEP or TKIP is used


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I also use X200MA, and I tried this "IPv6 off" method. A little more speed up of X200MA Wifi.


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From a search sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf should make /etc/resolv.conf but mine only contains nameserver 127.0.1.1


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Sites are loading fine in bsnl broadband(i am using the same).Try to clear your browsing cache and then try again.If not resolved contact ISP


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You can try using this program Traffic monitor applet for GNOME The only easy solutions is that each player has installed this applet, and have a look every week. There'are professional solutions as a netflow analizers for accounting all of your traffic, but isn't easy solution. In all of cases you will need a server, and I think isn't a communal residence ...


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Yup. That's an "Olivetti Olicard 300" and there are no drivers for Linux. The 200 and 500 models do have drivers (but are not standard, so it means compiling them into the kernel), so if you've just bought it, return it for the 500 model if you're a bit of a tinkerer. Otherwise, return it for a refund and look for one in the Ubuntu Catalog. These are ...


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From @chili555's linked answer, the bcmwl-kernel-source package isn't always the right driver for the 14e4:4727.


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Try this and reboot echo "options rtl8723be fwlps=N ips=N" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf as this will disable some of the power management of the card and usually helps This was found http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2243691&p=13119513#post13119513 Varunendra is very good troubleshooting the realtek cards


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As far as I think, the driver you need to run your adaptor is not a part of Linux kernel. You can download the driver from this link and get it on a usb stick and copy it to your home directory. Once you do that you can follow this link this link to install it.


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Running Ubuntu on an Apple PC may install kernel modules that do not play well together. If you update pastebin again, include complete results for lsmod.


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Search for rfkill in /var/log/syslog My RealTek Wi-Fi uses power saving which gets misinterpreted by rfkill as hard blocks, causing NetworkManager to shut it down until it comes out of low power mode, then NetworkManager re-initializes Wi-Fi, which takes appreciable time. I detected this only because the RealTek driver logs power changes, which could be ...


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Try to disable the wifi power manager and see if it helps, it did for me. sudo iwconfig wlan0 power off Check to see if it's off or on iwconfig


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This: Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers suggests that you have the incorrect driver for your device. Please get a temporary internet connection by whatever means, open a terminal and do: sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer Reboot and your wireless should be working as expected. I notice this in your ...


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Have you tried changing wifi channel on your router? I admit if the OSX system is stable & the Ubuntu one is not, then it's less likely to be a channel interference problem. But I recently had similar symptoms where my wifi started to drop out/recover/drop out/etc. This was after it had been stable for years. Changing the wifi channel fixed the issue for ...


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Some time wireless channel could also be a problem. Please change your wireless channel and check the reported issue Set your wireless channel in the router to 11 and then save the router configuration and reboot it. sudo iwconfig wlan0 channel 11 Hope this helps!


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First and foremost with issues like this is to re-boot first, then ask questions if the issue persists. A significant indicator in this case was the Tx and Rx packet count being 0 in the ifconfig listing. Investigation at the packet level can be informative in these cases. Use tcpdump (or wireshark, if you prefer) to observe packet traffic while you try to ...


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So basically your internal WiFi card is broken, and you have no Ethernet cable and the new WiFi dongle you bought needs drivers downloaded from the Internet, but your crappy iPhone doesn't have an SD card so files downloaded cannot be easily transferred... The only solution I see is downloading the drivers on the iPhone and sending it through BlueTooth to ...


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After a system reboot and retrying the tcp dump suggested by Doug Smythies the system appears to have connected successfully! There must have been some settings that did not take after the configuration, however the issue seems to be resolved. Thank you for your comments!


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Since it's working based on where you stand, a couple of things to try out.. wifi doesn't pass metal, make sure the router is not obstructed by wire mesh, home electronics, maybe walls. if your router has antennas, please put your laptop in the non working position, and play with the antennas, and see the signal strength Try different bands in the router, ...


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I solved the problem by removing the bridge I had created and starting over. For anyone else wanting to do the same thing, this is what I did. Connect the ethernet cord to both computers. In Windows go to the network and sharing center, click on the wireless connection you are using, click properties, then sharing, then check the box that says "allow other ...


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Are you using a graphical desktop or are you on server? If server then you can safely edit /etc/network/interfaces to something like: for dhcp : auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp for static IP: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address <ip> netmask <netmask> gateway <gateway_ip> dns-nameservers ...


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With a big thank you to rpierce I can say that his comment did the trick. I unplugged the external hard drives and it all worked again. I may have also found out what was causing the problem. The external hard drives are plugged into a wireless router which is connected to the main router/modem. Ever since I unplugged the cable between the two routers the ...


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I'd comment, except all my rep is wrapped up in a bounty. Do you have a NAS (network attached storage, e.g. external hard drive plugged into your router)? Net Disk is a brand of those and it is somehow possible that your port 80 (http) is being routed to it for some reason. Try going to an https site (e.g. https://news.google.com/) and see if you have the ...


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If you are using network-manager, the location of the connections is: /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ You will find all the Wired and Wireless connections here, you can modify or delete any connection if you want. After making any change run sudo service network-manager restart.


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You need to edit the file /etc/network/interfaces To get more info, you can visit Network Configuration To list all your available interfaces, you can use the command sudo ifconfig -a


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The DNS server you have configured doesn't respond. You should really let your router configure this stuff through the DHCP protocol, unless you know what you're doing. Check in the network connection settings under the IPv4 tab that the method is set to Automatically (DHCP). Alternatively, check that the NetworkManager Wifi connection configuration file ...


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The actual problem was a bad nameserver in resolv.conf that was fixed with sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf


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The problem is most likely caused by using unetbootin or the Universal-USB-Installer. EFI booting has complicated the installation procedure and these utilities are known to sometimes have problems creating an-EFI installer correctly. There's really no longer any reason not to simply use dd to create the USB installer, especially since you already have a ...


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Finally found the solution Cannot connect to the internet after installing Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf


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Ubuntu Server edition installation without a network connection is a standard release test case. The procedure is documented, and I observe a revision edit was just done in late January, 2014. The test case. If required I'll figure out how to copy the content herein.


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You should (almost) always be able to ping localhost, as this is your own computer, if you cannot there is usually something wrong with your stack. First check to see what you are connected to with ifconfig Next try these to restart. (you may need to do sudo before these commands) If you see eth0 or any ethX where 'X' is number (ethernet/wired) do: ...



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