[plug] USB wireless adapter

PG & DL Connell connellp at wantree.com.au
Tue Aug 28 18:03:10 WST 2007

Alec Monger wrote:
> --- PG & DL Connell <connellp at wantree.com.au> wrote:
>> PG & DL Connell wrote:
>>> Alec Monger wrote:
>>>> Basically, I installed Xubuntu on an old Celeron 433MHz, bought a 
>>>> TP-Link TL-WN321G adapter
>>>> and installed the drivers for it, but something's not registering.
>>>> I posted the question on a couple of forums but got no response. 
>>>> Rather than post it all
>>>> again, it can be viewed here 
>>>> http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?t=574828
>> Alec
>>           Now that I've had a chance to reflect what you've written in 
>> LinuxQuestions.org, I realise that your driver seems to be working.  I 
>> would suggest that the problem lies in configuring it to match your 
>> Access Point.  My AP is channel 10 but I had to set my TL-WN321G to 
>> channel 11 for it to work.  That and setting a static IP address.  I 
>> haven't got DHCP working over the adapter yet.  There was a third point 
>> but I've forgotten what is was.  Given time, it will come to me.  In the 
>> meantime, try those two points.
>> PaulC
> Thanks Paul, I'll try that in the morning.
> Should I just cycle through the different channels and see if one works?
> Alec
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Try it one higher than what your AP is set for.  I think it is the 
starting from 0 or starting from 1 thing.  Which driver are you using?


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