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WiFi is a networking technology permitting the exchange of information through wireless (radio) connections.

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iwlist scanning without root privileges

I'm writing application where I need to scan one of wireless interfaces. In the past, my program was run with sudo and I used (in code): iwlist wlanX scan But now I want to allow to run program ...
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My Wifi wont work on my Debian laptop

Some Questions from someone new to Debian: I have tried to install some wifi detecting programs,but i don't think the driver is installed... How do i find and install the driver? I have tried to ...
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Airport Extreme BCM4331 not recognised on FreeBSD

So I have recently installed FreeBSD 10.1 (now UEFI native!) on my Mid-2012 MacBook Pro. The install went fine, except for one problem: my wireless card wasn't recognised. I looked into bwi and bwn as ...
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hostapd - disconnect, reconnect, repeat

Using Debian 7 on an ARM based fanless board. Have installed hostapd and dnsmasq in hopes of setting up a wireless AP. Issue: clients (win7 and android) can connect and get an address but the debian ...
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wifi not working on new debian machine

I just bought a new computer and I intalled Debian on it. I am having a hard time with the wifi connection. It seems that Debian can not see the wlan0 network interface. To provide some details, my ...
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Network Manager Connected - No wifi

Im using Arch and NetworkManager to handle my connection. I can connect fine at boot but randomly at some point inevitable point it will just stop. NetworkManager shows I am still connected but ...
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Itcpdump output - why is it showing an Ethernet status?

tcpdump -i mlan0 -n tcpdump: verbose output suppressed, use -v or -vv for full protocol decode listening on mlan0, link-type EN10MB (Ethernet), capture size 262144 bytes Why is this ...
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Connect to DSL connection (PPPoE) via WiFi in Mint?

There is a private LAN in our office and every one using the internet must define a PPPoE-connection to connect to the internet. I created a DSL (PPPoE) connection in Linux Mint. When I connect to the ...
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/etc/network/interfaces not loading correctly at boot

I'm trying to use my Beagleboard Black as a wireless access point (using hostapd and dnsmasq). I've found that I can connect (I'm assigned an IP address, get a DNS Server and Default Route), but I am ...
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Linux Mint Stuck In Airplane Mode

As a pilot for a potential one-on-one program, my school has installed Linux on some Dells that are a couple of years old, and have placed a few of us in charge of setting up/running them. They are ...
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Wifi speeds in Debian Wheezy drastically slower than Windows [closed]

I have the Centrino advanced-N 6205 wifi card. I disabled IPv6. I also disabled wireless N. No luck with the speed issue. The only wifi I have access to is campus wifi. Campus is using a WPA ...
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ifup wlan0 causes kernel Oops

on my laptop, when I do ifup wlan0, sometimes I get following call trace in dmesg. Other times, the log looks perfectly normal, and there are no kernel Oops messages. In both cases (with errors and ...
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Kali Linux won't connect to wireless network

I'm dual-booting Windows 8 and Kali Linux. On Linux, my wireless connection doesn't work; it keeps asking for the wifi password but refuses to connect. The same network works fine on Windows 8. Is ...
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ubuntu 13.04 wifi lost connection - how to get it work again? (broadcom4313)

I am new to ubuntu, meaning I have a lack of funded knowledge and skills, but I hope I provide any necessary information you need to know for solving the problem. My problem is that I moved to a new ...
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Gargoyle repeater bridge channel hopping

I have the Linux-based Gargoyle firmware running on an old TP-Link router, serving as a Repeater bridge to extend the range of a WIFI access point. Do I need to lock the original access point to a ...
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Broadcom: not able to see my wifi

I recently installed Ubuntu 14.04 on a computer with a Broadcom BCM4312 802.11b/g LP-PHY wireless card. After installing the proprietary drivers available from the Ubuntu repositories, I was able to ...
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How to forward IP traffic between wlan0 and eth0 without killing network performance on the forwarding machine

I have a laptop running Debian 7 that connects to my building's Wifi. I want so share this network connection via the laptop's Ethernet port. I have setup a script below to do this based on some ...
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Bandwidth stats on wifi for each network?

Is it posible to have the bandwidth usage of the wifi connection for each network I use? Currently I have vnstat instaled on my MacBook Pro retina runing Yosemite. It works well but I have the usage ...
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Install usb wifi tl-wn823n on Debian

I need help installing my TP Link USB dongle on Debian Wheezy. I already tried a bunch of different things and nothing seemed to work. Here is the result of some commands: $ lsusb Bus 002 Device ...
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Is legacy checkpoint endpoint blocking puppy 528 wireless Internet connection and how can I remove it?

Background: Whilst booting with an old flash drive (SafeXs by block master) plugged in to my laptop (DELL latitude 6430u) I came up against a blue login screen . At full encryption point ... ...
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Output of `iw list`: phy_x corresponds to what interface?

I have 2 interfaces wlan0 and wlan1. When I want to see the modes that support my cards I do iw list and I see phy0 and phy2. How do I know what information corresponds to what card? In other words, ...
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Cron job — If computer inactive for x minutes turn wifi off

I would like to have an alias command in my .bashrc that could be ran at startup. That states: If computer is inactive for X minutes then turn off wifi. How would I do that? I am currently using ...
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Share wireless card with Arch Linux on VirtualBox

I'm developing a software that needs to access the list of wifi networks in Arch Linux. This is easy, just run iwlist scanning. The problem is: I'm running VirtualBox on Mac OS X and when I run this ...
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TP-Link TL-WN822N USB wifi stopped working after kernel upgrade

I downloaded and compiled the last kernel from git (3.18). Installed it and all the modules. But now the USB wi-fi adapter doesn't work. The kernel can see it: #lsusb -v Bus 001 Device 003: ID ...
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Layer 2 handover

I want to know why a device can go from AP to AP without interruption. I do ping to a computer and when I connect to other different AP it is not interrupted. Why¿? Thank you in advance
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iw dev <iface> connect <essid> doesn't connect

I am trying to connect with the by the command line to the Wifi I have up on my AP with hostapd and no password and it's not working, the command doesn't have any effect. My AP doesn't have password ...
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Kali Linux running in VMware problems related to Wi-Fi

Today I installed the latest version of VMware to run Kali Linux. All installation went fine, but when I started the virtual machine, I found that Kali Linux was already connected to the Internet ...
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connected to ethernet and wifi, “route” browser's connection to wifi only

Sometimes, in my company, I have to work with a different network (through ethernet) that has no internet. On the other hand, I do have access to out Wifi, which has internet. Since I have to spend a ...
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Setting up a 802.11s mesh network for mobile devices to communicate with a wired server

I'm in the process of developing an android app that maintains a device's connectivity to a linux-based WiFi mesh network, and periodically sends status information (GPS, battery life, etc.) to a ...
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[Debian][KDE] Can't get wireless to work

Before going into the problem I'd like to state that before this incident I had Debian with gnome instead of KDE. I formatted to KDE today and now I am unable to get wireless to work. On the system ...
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Internet is not working properly in kali linux on wifi as compared to windows on same machine(pc)

I am facing this problem from many months and still it is not debugged. I am using Lenovo Z570 laptop in which there is two operating system is installed one is Windows 7 and another is Kali linux and ...
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compiling broadcom wlan driver on centOS 7

my wireless is not working on Cent OS 7. My device was manufactured by Broadcom BCM43142 802.11b/g/n. I am trying to compile the driver with the information given here. ...
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Ubuntu 14.10 disconnects from wifi after waking up from suspension

I have recently upgraded to Ubuntu 14.10 LTS. When I suspend my laptop and wake it up later from sleep, or when I close my laptop lid and open it later on, or when I want to change my network, I loose ...
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How can I install Wi-Fi drivers in Kali Linux?

I installed Kali Linux on my Sony Vaio laptop (model number SVF142C1WW), but I had no wireless out of the box. Ethernet works fine, and I can connect to wireless networks normally from Windows running ...
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What is the functional difference between wpa_supplicant and the system's /etc/networks/interfaces file?

I understand that one is a program and that one is a configuration file used by linux, but practically what is the function of each of these pieces in conjunction with my computer's network ...
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How can I make wlan0 show up automatically when I plug in my WiFi USB adapter?

Before I plug in the USB there is no wlan0: root@beaglebone:/mnt/etc/network# iwconfig lo no wireless extensions. eth0 no wireless extensions. usb0 no wireless extensions. ...
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CentOS 7 and howto extend my current WIFI network

I am running CentOS 7 and I have both a wired cable and a WIFI on my box. The WIFI on my CentOS box I would really like to use to extend my current WIFI network if this is possible. My current network ...
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How to troubleshoot and fix Wifi driver on Wandboard DUAL?

Environment Wandboard DUAL C1 Ubuntu Trusty using these instruction Issue I was able to install Ubuntu Trusty and I am failing to get the Wifi driver to work. root@ubuntu-armhf:~# uname -a Linux ...
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Bash Script - Disable Wireless Connections

OS: Arch Linux Network Manager: Netctl I am trying to write a bash script that will disable all current network connections and turn off wifi on my system. I currently have the following, but after ...
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Linux mint wifi device not on rfkill list

I just installed Linux Mint 16 Cinnamon. But I could not get the wifi device. I googled and found rfkill list but only the bluetooth appears on the list. When I turn of the hardware switch even the ...
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“ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device”

I am trying to crack Wifi using airmon-ng on ubuntu 14.04, I run the command airmon-ng start wlan0 The output is Found 5 processes that could cause trouble. If airodump-ng, aireplay-ng or ...
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What does it mean, when lshw says a wireless adapter `UNCLAIMED`, while iwconfig doesn't find it?

What does it mean, when iwconfig doesn't find (i.e. report) an internal wireless adapter, while lshw says it UNCLAIMED? This happens after I notice it not working, and unload and reload its module ...
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ArchLinux netctl stopped working

TL;DR: What could cause netctl to suddenly stop working? I didn't make any manual changes to the profile I was using, and am unable to get it to work again by re-creating the profile. TS;NMI: So I ...
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What driver should I use for my wireless card?

I am wondering if my internal wireless adapter of T400 has the right driver iwlwifi: *-network description: Wireless interface product: PRO/Wireless 5100 AGN [Shiloh] Network ...
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wireless adapter doesn't show up in iwconfig after unload and reload its module

I unload and load the module which I suppose to be the one for my internal wireless adapter, $ sudo rmmod iwlwifi $ sudo modprobe iwlwifi My internal wireless adapter isn't show up in iwconfig, ...
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Why does my wlan0 stop working?

A few minutes ago, my internal wireless card wlan0 on Thinkpad T400 starts not working. This always happen after a while (between half an hour and several hours) from starting Ubuntu 12.04, especially ...
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iwlwifi: timeout delays firmware to be loaded

I'm using OpenSuSE 13.2 beta (which runs by the way very nicely). When starting up, my wireless adapter (Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN/Thinkpad T420) delays about one minute... But then it works ...
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“Broadcom Corporation Device 43b1 (rev 03)” isn't being detected as wireless card

My computer is an ASUS ROG G750 and the wireless does not work. I've looked on the Kali forums but and I noticed that this seems to be a frequent issue but could not find anything useful. When I run ...
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Transfer wireless card's driver from Ubuntu to Debian or simply make wlan-usb work in Debian?

I'm kind of new to Linux and I just installed Ubuntu and I'm attempting to install the Debian distribution as well but I can't get my wireless card to work there. I'd like to know if there's a way to ...
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Help to install the Ralink RT3070 wireless driver on kali?

i've downloaded latest kali linux (amd64) and installed it on vmware workstation 10. after installation i upgraded kali's kernel headers to the latest version.(now i have v3.16) apt-get update ...