Google says it may be the routers chipset, among other things. Something tells me a hacker knows I saw the Ralink and shut down. See Known Issues for discovered problems and workarounds. July 1st, 5. Join Date Nov Beans
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Could you explain how this fixed the problem?
The RalinkLinuxClient passes through the filtering to show in your Network list. New 15 Oct 2.
Refer this link to post the screen shot: Please keep in mind that while I’m willing to try anything I am still pretty green and could use some hand-holding in walking through a solution. I did not touch any Registry items or use ‘Run’. Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community. Follow the procedure below to install the RT wireless driver in Debian Linux based systems Aptosid, Ubuntu, Knoppix, etc using kernel versions through 2.
The rtsta kernel module is automatically loaded for supported devices. AbbyLake Replied on September 14, Verify your device has an available interface: Please note down the value of the default gateway.
Ralink RT2760, RT2790, RT2860, RT2890, RT3090, RT3091, RT3092 devices (rt2860sta)
Limux 1 to 10 of It may or may not try to associate with wrong APs as well, but I did not verify that. Take note of the following data: Supported devices are listed at the end of this page.
Phones no longer appear. However, given the issues listed above, it looks like wicd is currently our best alternative. If the RalinkLinuxClient reappears after reconnecting your home devices to the router again, it is probably one of your own devices.
October 12th, See also known issues. What I suspect we have here is a driver conflict.
rtsta – Debian Wiki
AbbyLake Replied on September 20, I am planning when I get time to swap out the Buffalo for the Netgear and see what happens. The 2 desktop is Windows 7 and does not show up as such. However, if you are having problems with the version included with your distribution, compiling and installing the original driver may provide wireless connectivity.
I receive a strong wireless signal so I do not think that is the culprit. It would display a set of information.
I have Netgear Nighthawk router and I see the same device in my list. If this is part of the router, I would not worry. We liinux deny that possibility and would make sure that the system is not compromised for any reason.
There could be a router that is set with the default IP address range. I renamed my router, changing from the default name to a label of my own.