The internet connection keeps dropping every few hours on my Sony Vaio Pro 13. This is solved by resetting the adapter. When I open Intel wireless, I get this message:
How do I change to non-DFS mode?
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It's not reading properly in the pic. Basically, it says:
"You are connected to a wireless router in an incompatible mode.
Please reconnect your wireless router in a compatible mode and rescan for wireless displays.
Compatible wireless router modes include Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n at 2.4GHz and 802.11a/n at 5GHz non-DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection) channels.
Incompatible modes include Wi-Fi 802.11a/n at 5GHz DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection) channels."
I'm trying to connect to 5GHz channel.
I'd assume this is something you need to change on your router rather than the laptop...
Ok, I've set the channel to 36 instead of automatic for 5GHz. I'll check later if it has helped.
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