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Internet slow on Linux/BSD?

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by JPyun, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. JPyun

    JPyun Guest

    I have a WRTP54G Wireless-G + Vonage router. The wireless works fine on WinXP. For some reason the internet is grindingly slow on any Linux or *BSD installation. With the exception of two. PCLinuxOS (A LiveCD) and VidaLinux (A Gentoo based distro).

    Does anyone know the relavent configuration files I can copy from these to something else to get it working properly?

    For example, on Ubuntu, I can wget fine, but apt-get, web browsing, IRC, etc. are all screwed up.

    More info: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=55984&highlight=linksys+irc

    Turning off IPv6 does nothing. My resolv.conf is:
    search (network name)
    nameserver (router IP address)
    This is really annoying me. I've been using a LiveCD for the past week or so.

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