iw wlp2s0 info displays that my bandwidth is 80 MHz. Over the weekend I
tried different configurations like using n instead of ac or 2,4 GHz
and connection speed on a different WLAN, but the performance was
always extremely slow.
Am Fr, 16. Sep, 2016 um 2:23 schrieb Michal Kazior
On 16 September 2016 at 13:50, Daniel Holz <daniel.hol...@gmx.de>
The md5sum matches.
I installed Kernel 4.8 from Ubuntu's mainline ppa to get the recent
of ath10k which increased the performance, but it's still pretty
Here is the output of dmesg with kernel 4.8:
You can check it with a recent enough iw:
iw wlp2s0 info
It should tell you channel bandwidth you are using.
Maybe ath10k or your AP has a bug that causes wrong capabilities to be
negotiated during association.
You could try re-configuring your AP (to slower speeds) or force
wpa_supplicant/ath10k to not use vht or ht modes at all and re-testing
if it helps.
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