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Package: network-manager-kde
Version: 1:0.2-2

Due to buggy bcm43xx driver, only 11mbit connection works reliably. There is
similar, speed-related bug report:
http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=376965

According to "iwconfig", network-manager-kde (NMK) applet uses 1mbit speed
for DHCP-negotiation stage.

If I manually, in separate window, specify 11mbit connection "iwconfig eth1
rate 11M", then the negotiations go through, and I get the connection,
otherwise NMK fail on negotiation stage (24%).

How can I make network-manager-kde, to always use 11mbit connection speed?

-- 
Arie

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Arie Skliarouk wrote:
> Package: network-manager-kde
> Version: 1:0.2-2
> 
> Due to buggy bcm43xx driver, only 11mbit connection works reliably. There is
> similar, speed-related bug report:
> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=376965
> 
> According to "iwconfig", network-manager-kde (NMK) applet uses 1mbit speed
> for DHCP-negotiation stage.
> 
> If I manually, in separate window, specify 11mbit connection "iwconfig eth1
> rate 11M", then the negotiations go through, and I get the connection,
> otherwise NMK fail on negotiation stage (24%).
> 

This really is a driver bug and not something we want to workaround in
network-manager.
As apparently #376965 resp. the driver has been fixed, I'm also closing this bug
report.

Cheers,
Michael

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