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Linksys AE6000 on macOS Sierra So after a bit of work I got Sierra installed on to my MacBook Air 2,1! The only issue is wifi. To remedy this issue till I can get a new wifi card, I decided to see if I could use my Linksys AE6000 on Sierra. Requirements: Linksys AE6000(or similar RT2870 card) Yosemite RT2870 kext D-Link Pref Pane(DWA-140, thanks! @rodrigocunha) Kext Utility To get the Yosemite kext for the RT2870, I had to go through Mediatek's installer with Pacifist. I did try the Mavericks kext from the other RT2870 thread but it didn't work. The files will be attached below! (RT2870 Kext,DWA-140 Pref Pane file,Kext Utility Now to the process: I'm not sure if order matters but I had the DWA-140 Pane installed already Next drag and drop the RT2870 USB WiFi in to Kext Utility Reboot(with or without your USB Adapter attached) Your adapter should be blinking or working with the DWA-140 Utility Have fun, enjoy! RT2870USBWirelessDriver.kext.zip DWA-140WirelessUtility.prefPane.zip Kext Utility.app.zip
Hey Guys, it's been a while since I've been here. I haven't even turned on my OSX in over six months. So I have a problem maybe the gurus can help. No luck with the good old search. I moved a couple months ago, before I moved I had my hack plugged into ethernet for the internet, well after I moved I couldn't plug in and had to go wireless. So I bought a Linksys AE2500 Dual Band. Thing works pretty good, only downside is I jumped onto my OSX partition and realized that I had to internet. So I switched back over to Win 7 and searched for a Kext. Seems like a couple people have looked but no resolution to not having a kext. Any ideas on a work-around or somebody wanna take a stab at building a kext. Mongo
supersaiyansubtlety posted a topic in Internet(s), Servers, and NetworksHello, I recently set up a new modem/wireless router combination in part to have the convenience of a hard drive accessible on my network. Unfortunately I've been sorely disappointed by the transfer speeds to the drive. Here is all the relevant information I can think of: Router: Linksys EA6300 AC1200 Modem: ARRIS / Motorola SurfBoard SB6141 DOCSIS 3.0 Hard Drive: Seagate Packup Pluss 8TB USB 3.0 (STDT8000100) Laptop: MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012), OS X 10.11.4 Download speeds are 50-90Mbps, here is a link to a test I did while writing this: http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/5315226729 Also the router is sitting below the desk my laptop is usually on, so they are literally feet apart from each other. The primary source of speed disappointment has been with torrents through Vuze. With the hard drive connected via USB port, total download speeds were usually 5-8 MB/s, and now they only rarely get up to 1 MB/s and are often in the area of 50KB/s. Does anyone know of anything I can do to improve upon this? Thanks