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Retrieve value of RTS threshold without iwconfig

Is there a way in OpenWrt to read the current value of the RTS threshold for a specific interface without installing iwconfig? What I'm looking for is the value of RTS thr that can be found in the ...
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Status of 5GHz support for 802.11 WiFi devs in BSD (2014)

To put it simply, 2.4GHz band doesn't work anymore due to the plethora of various Wi-Fi and other devices, whereas 5GHz is still almost entirely empty. Do any of the BSDs -- FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, ...
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wpa_supplicant and signal strength

I use wpa_supplicant to handle a connection to specific SSID. I added the wpa_supplicant to default runlevel in order to start it at the boot time. I have this question however; Is it any program, ...
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ath9k 802.11n 300Mbps at low speed

I'm testing my new home 802.11n network. router - slax 7, kernel 3.8.2, AR9382 mini pci-e (sparklan WPEA-121N) wlan0 IEEE 802.11abgn ESSID:"xyz" Mode:Ad-Hoc Frequency:2.412 GHz ...
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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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wi-fi working on and off, mostly off on a HP laptop

I have a HP laptop with Intel Centrino 2230 card. The system is Xubuntu 13. Wifi worked fine until it stopped a couple of days or maybe weeks ago. Now it's mostly off with some on episodes. ...
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802.11ac Support in Fedora 20 (or any latest linux distro)

I bought a new HP Envy jt100 laptop (with an upgraded wireless card -- 802.11ac). The default OpenSUSE distro doesn't recognize the wireless card! I'm going crazy trying to figure out how to fix it, ...
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421 views

How to enable Broadcom wireless BCM 4313 on OpenBSD?

Is there any hack/tip/trick to make this specific Broadcom Wireless work with OpenBSD? After digging some FreeBSD-wireless threads and OpenBSD-tech/OpenBSD-misc, I noticed that adding the PCI vendor ...
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1answer
783 views

Why does linux-based laptops have weak wifi signal in comparison to windows-based laptop?

I have faced this problem many times. First, I thought it has something to do with laptop model and brand but later I came to know that same hardware with different OS was having different results. ...
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1answer
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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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530 views

How can I tell if my wifi dongle has access-point capabilities?

I have a Realtek 8191SU USB wifi dongle for use on my Raspberry Pi. I'm trying to set up a wifi access point using this tutorial. However, I'm running into a few errors, and I suspect it might be ...
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“wpa supplicant: No network configuration found for current AP” - carl9170-driven wifi adapter glitching on Debian 7

I've got a Debian 7 machine with Linux3.2 kernel and a USB wifi adapter with Atheros chipset (D-Link DWA-16 Xtreme N Dual Band), which in theory should work. Indeed, I managed to establish a wifi ...
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1answer
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Offline install wi-fi drivers on old PC using Linux Mint 15

I want to use wi-fi connection on my old notebook on which the Linux Mint 15 is installed, but I can't because it doesn't see any available installed drivers on it. I have searched many website and ...
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How do I debug strange wireless problem

I have a problem with my wireless connection, which drives me nuts. I have been testing with two different wireless usb adapters, one based on the ar9271- and the other rtl8192su-chipset, but they ...
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555 views

wpa_passphrase must be 8..63 characters

I'd like to connect to wireless network via command line in Linux. When doing it I've stuck with this issue: $ wpa_passphrase NETWORK_SSID NETWORK_PASSWORD Passphrase must be 8..63 characters The ...
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1answer
61 views

Problem with wifi in Ubuntu

I'm not able to see (or access) my WiFi in Ubuntu. tharcisyo@tssd:~$ iwlist scan eth0 Interface doesn't support scanning. lo Interface doesn't support scanning. wlan0 Failed to read ...
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Using multiple NICs for faster internet?

My laptop have a ethernet card and a wifi card. Ethernet line have maximum download rate at 1.5MiB/sec and wifi is over 1MiB/sec too, but it seem only have one NIC can working at a moment (if I turn ...
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How to associate a seperate station to a Wifi AP

My Linux machine (A) is connected with some Wifi AP over my wireless device (wlan0). I want to give some other Linux machine (B), which is connected to me by ethernet (eth0), access to this network. I ...
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1answer
210 views

How can I force my wifi to connect to a G-band channel?

I'm trying to debug a buggy wireless card and would like to force my Linux computer to connect using one of the g-band channels. How can I achieve this?
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413 views

Bad wifi with MacBook Air mid 2012

I have a MacBook Air mid 2012 with i7 CPU. The one with Ivy Bridge. I have connectivity problems with wifi running Arch Linux which I keep updated regularily. Throughput and response time performance ...
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192 views

will tinycore work with S110 wireless adapter?

will tinycore work out of the box with S110 lenovo netbook? Wireless is obviously the first issue to be encountered? can anybody report that it will work out ofthe box? or i will have to spend some ...
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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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The n mode on “iwlist wlan0 scan”

I know how to determine if scanned AP uses B or G mode, but how to know (using "iwlist wlan0 scan") it uses N protocol ? if I use "iw dev wlan0 scan" and see if the cell has a "HT capabilities" block. ...
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Linux find Wifi Networks trotocol(a/b/g/n) version of all available access points

I do use iwlist wlan0 scanning and it gives me a fair amount of data, but one part is missing. It is protocol version. By protocol I mean (a/b/g/n). It would be very good to have these commands in ...
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Wireless doesn't connect automatically in Ubuntu when connection is established with wifi Router Again

I am facing a problem here with Ubuntu version 10.4 I am working with. I am having a wifi router and when I start my system, Ubuntu connects to wifi automatically. But if due to some reasons the ...
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WiFi not working - wlan0 FAILED

My Arch (3.6.5-1) is exhibiting a rather peculiar problem: when wifi is set up, all logs indicate that the setup was successful and that the interface is up and functional. However, when attempting to ...
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181 views

Wireless Ad Hoc NAT

I got "OURLiNK 802.11n" mini USB wifi adapter for my Raspberry Pi, but I also would like to use it w/ my Scientific Linux 6.1 $ cat /etc/redhat-release Scientific Linux release 6.1 (Carbon) $ ...
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Any way to list wireless clients in range

I'm looking to see whether it's possible to implement a staff 'in office/out of office' facility by tracking the active wifi (phones/tablets/laptops) in the building. Is it possible to return a list ...
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1answer
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Losing wifi connection to access point after a few minutes (hostapd, dnsmasq, iptables)

I'm using a laptop as a wifi access point. Since this laptop has the proper hardware, I was able to use hostapd. I wanted to use DHCP and iptables/NAT forwarding instead of a bridge to have more ...
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Unable to connect to a wifi network with a special SSID

My current wifi network (and i'm writing this with the help of Windows -.- ) has a special character in it's SSID: "ö", a so-called "umlaut". If changing the SSID is not an option, how to connect to ...
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1answer
552 views

Fedora 15: em1 recently dissapeared and hostapd no longer serves internet to wirelessly connected devices

I have a laptop running hostapd, phpd, and mysql. This laptop uses an Ethernet connection to connect to the internet and acts as a wireless access point for my workplace's wifi devices. After ...
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1answer
3k views

Auto connect to a wireless network (Ångström Linux)

I am using Ångström Linux on BeagleBoard-xM. I have installed a RTL8188SU USB Wi-Fi adapter and configured it properly. But it doesn't connect automatically even though I have marked the interface as ...
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1answer
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How to check if my wireless connection uses AES or TKIP from a terminal?

I have a wireless router that has settings to use AES, TKIP or AES+TKIP encryption for wireless connections. My Linux-based device does not like AES (it drops out from time to time), my girlfriend's ...
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2answers
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How to find out which Wi-Fi driver is installed?

I know about lsmod, but how do I figure out which driver does what?
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902 views

How do you derive the passphrase from hexadecimal wep key?

I have a hexadecimal WEP key in the setting of my router. When I try to connect, the system asks me for the WEP passphrase. How can I derive it from my hexadecimal? This is what I have: ...