On 12/08/18 13:51, Joel Wirāmu Pauling wrote:
On 9 August 2018 at 03:12, tony mollica <tmoll...@silcom.com> wrote:
I need to find a good, reliable WiFi adapter. I have an Alfa AWUS036ACH
using a RTL8812au chip
and there is support but it's unreliable. Connects sometimes, mostly
not. My older adapters work
but they're slow but maybe that's the compromise I need to resolve.
What's being used reliably?
[reordered by the posting order secret police]
> Basically find one that uses the ath9k Chipset. They are easily the best
> supported Wifi Interface.
> If you need Wireless AC then ath10k based products are useable too.
> The Intel ranges are OK as clients, but are not really very Opensource.
> Ath9k has the best Fully Opensource impementation out of any of the
> Wireless cards.
+1 for ath9k. I am using a TP-Link TL-WN722N (ath9k_htc). I have two.
Inexpensive, high-gain antenna, quite reliable despite regular hard work.
Inadvertent enabling of QoS while idle breaks connectivity in a small
range of kernel versions:
Found in versions linux/4.15.4-1, linux/4.15.11-1, linux/4.14.17-1
Fixed in versions linux/4.16.5-1, linux/4.15.17-1
Ben Caradoc-Davies <b...@transient.nz>
Transient Software Limited <https://transient.nz/>