Comment 13 for bug 875134

Craig Setera (craigjunk) wrote :

I'm having this same issue on my Dell Studio 1558. I've set the disable option for N and switched my router's N settings to mixed BG per the links in the comments above. I'm still seeing this issue on my router. Does anyone have a full proof way to avoid this problem? I'm willing to flash my router to a newer DDWRT, but reading through that thread it didn't seem like there was necessary any fix on the router side either.

Any insights on the root cause and a solution? Would I be better off using the newly release 3.1 kernel?