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CLI network management

I've set up a console typewriter: a laptop with a minimal Debian install and no X server. I use it as a typewriter and I use wifi to sync my documents. I connect to wifi using wpa-supplicant. That ...
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Tips for debugging WiFi on the command line?

I am running Ubuntu 13.10 on a Thnkpad X1 Carbon. My Wifi card is Centrino Advanced-N 6205 [Taylor Peak] I normally connect to open WiFi networks using the commands sudo iw dev wlan0 connect ...
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What is the algorithm that the `iw` command uses for choosing an Access Point for a given Wifi network?

Suppose I am in an area with a lot of Wireless AP's for a particular SSID. If I run the command sudo iw dev wlan0 connect <ESSID> How does iw decide which AP to connect to? It does not seem ...
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Connecting to wifi network through command line

I am trying to connect to my WEP network just using the command-line (Linux). I run: sudo iwconfig wlan0 mode Managed essid 'my_network' key 'xx:xx:... hex key, 26 digits' Then I try to obtain an ...
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How to bring up a wi-fi interface from a command line?

I can't figure out how to properly bring up the wi-fi card on my laptop. When I turn it on and issue $ sudo iwconfig wlan0 txpower auto $ sudo iwlist wlan0 scan wlan0 Interface doesn't support ...
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Connecting to network with terminal

I have a router at home with ESSID of dlink_home and 10 digits (0123456789) 64-bit WEP encryption of Open Authentication Type. I want to connect to it through terminal with bash commands, I tried ...
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Get network information through Ubuntu Terminal

Is there a command where, when entered outputs information such as: If the network connection is wired or wireless if it is a wireless network, the name of the wireless network How strong the signal ...
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How to monitor other nodes to get RSSI?

I need to measure RSSI between two peers of nodes in same network. If I have these two information: SSID for their network. IP for the target node to get the RSSI regarding it. So I found this ...
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Connect to hidden Wifi AP with wpa-supplicant?

I have a headless Debian machine, with a Wifi dongle connected. I used to hide the Wifi AP, but now I can't. If I unhide it, some lines in the /etc/network/interfaces will allow me to connect: auto ...
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'iwlist' -> interface doesn't support scanning (Ubuntu LTS 10.04)

I am using Ubuntu 10.04 (LTS) on a Samsung N150+ netbook. I cannot scan wifi networks using iwlist and I would like to do so. Here is the output from some tests: ...
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How do I connect to a new wifi on the command line? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: All commands that should be used to connect to wifi in command line I don't need to configure my wifi card or anything. I just want to do the equivalent of a) listing ...
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All commands that should be used to connect to wifi in command line

I would like to switch from gnome to awesome and I would like to connect my wifi network in command line (instead of using gnome tools). So, I searched on the internet and found approximatively the ...