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Networking issues in focal?

Kristian Rink-2
Folks;
unsure where to go with this, I'm experiencing weird networking issues on my laptop using a current / up-to-date 20.04 beta installation. Started two or three days ago: No matter whether accessing e-mails via Thunderbird or trying to open some web page, once in a while (but way too often for my tastes), connections lag, take too much time to complete, sometimes - in case of websites - are aborted or reset. Happens with random resources so most likely is not a server-side issue. Likewise, my tablet and another laptop (running 18.04) do fine on our network so it doesn't seem to be a general WiFi issue over here either.
And now I'm a bit lost. How to check what could be causing this? I'm on a Tuxedo InfinityBook Linux laptop, WiFi chip is

3a:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Wireless 8265 / 8275 (rev 78)

Right now, I'm writing this using a Kubuntu 19.10 live USB stick that doesn't seem to show these issues either. Any hints on what could be wrong? Any suggestions what to do next?
Thanks in advance and all the best,
Kristian

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Re: Networking issues in focal?

leleu
i experienced similar problems due to adsl
"concentrator inaccessible"

Je la 09/04/2020 15:39, Kristian Rink skribisĀ :
Folks;
unsure where to go with this, I'm experiencing weird networking issues on my laptop using a current / up-to-date 20.04 beta installation. Started two or three days ago: No matter whether accessing e-mails via Thunderbird or trying to open some web page, once in a while (but way too often for my tastes), connections lag, take too much time to complete, sometimes - in case of websites - are aborted or reset. Happens with random resources so most likely is not a server-side issue. Likewise, my tablet and another laptop (running 18.04) do fine on our network so it doesn't seem to be a general WiFi issue over here either.
And now I'm a bit lost. How to check what could be causing this? I'm on a Tuxedo InfinityBook Linux laptop, WiFi chip is

3a:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Wireless 8265 / 8275 (rev 78)

Right now, I'm writing this using a Kubuntu 19.10 live USB stick that doesn't seem to show these issues either. Any hints on what could be wrong? Any suggestions what to do next?
Thanks in advance and all the best,
Kristian


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Re: Networking issues in focal?

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have you tried a different browser like Firefox or whatever?? it could be
an issue with Thunderbird on 20.04 rather than 20.04 itself??

Bob


On Thu, 9 Apr 2020, Kristian Rink wrote:

> Folks;
> unsure where to go with this, I'm experiencing weird networking issues on my laptop using a current /
> up-to-date 20.04 beta installation. Started two or three days ago: No matter whether accessing e-mails
> via Thunderbird or trying to open some web page, once in a while (but way too often for my tastes),
> connections lag, take too much time to complete, sometimes - in case of websites - are aborted or
> reset. Happens with random resources so most likely is not a server-side issue. Likewise, my tablet
> and another laptop (running 18.04) do fine on our network so it doesn't seem to be a general WiFi
> issue over here either.
> And now I'm a bit lost. How to check what could be causing this? I'm on a Tuxedo InfinityBook Linux
> laptop, WiFi chip is
>
> 3a:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Wireless 8265 / 8275 (rev 78)
>
> Right now, I'm writing this using a Kubuntu 19.10 live USB stick that doesn't seem to show these
> issues either. Any hints on what could be wrong? Any suggestions what to do next?
> Thanks in advance and all the best,
> Kristian
>
>
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Kristian Rink-2
Yes. It's difficult in Firefox and worse in Chromium and Brave.

Best,
Kristian

Am 9. April 2020 16:49:38 schrieb Bob <[hidden email]>:

> have you tried a different browser like Firefox or whatever?? it could be
> an issue with Thunderbird on 20.04 rather than 20.04 itself??
>
> Bob
>
>
> On Thu, 9 Apr 2020, Kristian Rink wrote:
>
>> Folks;
>> unsure where to go with this, I'm experiencing weird networking issues on my laptop using a current /
>> up-to-date 20.04 beta installation. Started two or three days ago: No matter whether accessing e-mails
>> via Thunderbird or trying to open some web page, once in a while (but way too often for my tastes),
>> connections lag, take too much time to complete, sometimes - in case of websites - are aborted or
>> reset. Happens with random resources so most likely is not a server-side issue. Likewise, my tablet
>> and another laptop (running 18.04) do fine on our network so it doesn't seem to be a general WiFi
>> issue over here either.
>> And now I'm a bit lost. How to check what could be causing this? I'm on a Tuxedo InfinityBook Linux
>> laptop, WiFi chip is
>>
>> 3a:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Wireless 8265 / 8275 (rev 78)
>>
>> Right now, I'm writing this using a Kubuntu 19.10 live USB stick that doesn't seem to show these
>> issues either. Any hints on what could be wrong? Any suggestions what to do next?
>> Thanks in advance and all the best,
>> Kristian
>>
>>
>
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