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    Default Network problem

    Hi guys,
    here is the problem:
    everytime when I start my system it connects to my wireless point automatically,but when i start my browser i lose connection and i'm unable to connect again.I just cant see my wireless point.Please give me solution.

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    Default Re: Network problem

    On 03/03/2014 12:36 PM, slimito pecked at the keyboard and wrote:
    > Hi guys,
    > here is the problem:
    > everytime when I start my system it connects to my wireless point
    > automatically,but when i start my browser i lose connection and i'm
    > unable to connect again.I just cant see my wireless point.Please give me
    > solution.
    >
    >

    1. What openSUSE version?

    2. What command or app have you tried that shows you lost your network?

    Ken

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    I use openSUSE 13.1.
    I added network management and network monitor from widgets.I'm using to network management to connect to wireless point and to see if there is connection and network monitor to see if there are any packages sent or received.The interesting is that when i start my system and connect to wireless point for a secont network monitor shows that there are any packages and then all becomes 0 again .

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    Default Re: Network problem

    You need to be more precise with your description.

    eg
    I think you mean "packets" not "packages"
    When you say you can "see" (or not) your AP, you need to describe exactly what app you're using, eg Firefox? NM? Something else?
    Are you <sure> that your AP doesn't show up on your list of advertising APs (viewed by NM)? That'd be unusual. More often once you are able to connect, your wireless connection is stable but a machine may have other issues (like name resolution) that might be faulty.

    You also need to describe exactly what you mean by "my" AP. Is it something you own and can access management functionality or are you connecting through an AP managed by someone else? And, if it's not managed by you it can become important to know what kind of authentication there might be, eg what you describe is very typical of web-based authentication (login through a web page).

    TSU

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    On 03/03/2014 07:46 PM, tsu2 pecked at the keyboard and wrote:
    > You need to be more precise with your description.
    >
    > eg
    > I think you mean "packets" not "packages"
    > When you say you can "see" (or not) your AP, you need to describe
    > exactly what app you're using, eg Firefox? NM? Something else?
    > Are you <sure> that your AP doesn't show up on your list of advertising
    > APs (viewed by NM)? That'd be unusual.


    It may be unusual but it is a problem I have (hope I'm not the only one)
    and can't get anyone to respond to my requests for help.

    Ken

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