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Re: broadcom 4306 rev 3 ndiswrapper

Thanks that worked wonderfully.

On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 1:07 PM, Benjamin Cama <benoar@free.fr> wrote:
> stephen sefick a écrit :
>> I have side by side my laptop (ibook G4 Debian GNU/Linux) and desktop
>> (mac mini mac os x 10.5.6).   I have found ethtools in debian and the
>> connection speed is only 10Mb/s in the mac network utility the link
>> speed is set at 54Mb/s.  So what gives you said that 54Mb/s was
>> allowed and side by side I am only getting 10Mb/s on my linux box.
> I don't know ethtools, but I don't think it is appropriate for wifi
> connections : there is no such thing as 10Mb/s 802.11 (wifi). I think that
> you are mesuring the speed of your wired connection ; recheck on what
> interface exactly you're running your tool.
> If you want to know the speed of you wifi connection, use 'iwconfig wlan0'
> as root. The 'Bit Rate' property should tell you at what speed you're
> connected.
> Regards,
> Benjamin

Stephen Sefick

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