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

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How to check if USB WiFi-Adapter is not working or router is out of range? [SOLVED]

I'm trying to use the TL-WN725N as an USB WiFi-Adapter with Fedora 20. As it is Version 2, it does not work out of the box. I installed the driver (first time I compiled myself, second time I used a ...
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Wlan configuration when there is a portal login

At a conference as we speak. Have a small embedded device running Debian that has no GUI. Trying to connect to confrence wifi which is open, i.e. no security, but has a type of web portal login page ...
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Intel Centrino Wirelsess-N 1030 not getting connected on generic mode in ubuntu 14.04

I upgraded Ubuntu from 12.04 to 14.04. After upgrading neither WLAN and ethernet work and also does not work in recovery mode (enable networking) or root shell. When booting the previous version ...
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Where is/should be created wpa_supplicant.conf on Debian

I want to set my regulatory domain on debian stable but i can't seem to find wpa_supplicant.conf wich resided under /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf on fedora. Does anyone know where to find it ...
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Unable to 'make' anything.. Kernel-headers problem? Trying to get my RTL8723BE working

I'm a starting security/Linux student and I'm having headache-problems getting my wireless to work on Kali Linux. Recently I've bought a new laptop, to be specific the: Lenovo IdeaPad Z50-70-01418NL ...
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Setting mmc0 in Beaglebone Black for Wireless Connectivity

I got a new device that will allow my Beaglebone Black (BBB) to have WiFi capabilities and features. BBB is running Debian (3.8.3-bone47) This device uses SDIO for communication purposes. I am using ...
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eth0 and wlan0 set-up problem in Linux Mint

I had a perfectly working wi-fi connection on my Mint-KDE PC. Recently, I brought a Synology NAS and after some research figured that I need to set my eth0 to static IP for it to connect to NAS via ...
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Can I assert that a Wi-Fi AP with a higher “quality” will be better in most cases?

I have an application on Raspberry Pi that needs to determine which available Wi-Fi access point to use, with their statistics collected by iwlib beforehand. iwlib or iwlist has three indicies for ...
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How can I use a Raspberry Pi as a router between two WiFi networks?

I want to RDP from PC1 (Running Windows 7), to PC2 (Running Windows 7) using Pi (Raspberry Pi running Debian). This the network situation: Network1 Network2 ...
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Systemd Unit for reconnecting wireless on failure

I have a systemd service called conWlan0.service which establishes WiFi connection. Now I want to create another Unit which periodically checks the connection. Is this a reasonable start? [Unit] ...
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Privoxy redirect blacklist sites to whitelist site

For my application, I need a WiFi hotspot that has the entire internet blocked except for one website. I am thinking about using a Raspberry Pi configured as a WiFi hotspot and using Privoxy. Privoxy ...
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Linux Mint 17, Wifi Slow and Drops Connection, No Ethernet Connection

On a fresh install and updated Linux Mint 17 XFCE, the system cannot maintain an internet connection through wifi, and is unable to connect at all through ethernet. Wifi will work somewhat slowly for ...
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Kali Linux internet connection

I'm pretty new to site and networking overall. I got interested in this topic and I've installed KaliLinux on my VirtualBox. Then I faced a problem: I couldn't connect to the internet. I was going ...
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rebuilding kernel without using apt-get

I am setting up my Macbook Air 6.2 with Debian Jessie. since I do not have any wireless, I need to set it up manually, but all documentation I find how to do it are using apt-get apt-get install ...
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Kali-linux & backtrack, text mode and wifi scanning

As far as i know, when backtrack starts it boots on text mode and the wifi(wlan0) is down in order to be more stealth. Kali linux is the "update" of backtrack and when I boot it always starts in GUI ...
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BCM43228 does not work since kernel 3.15.xx

Since yum update, my WiFi is disconnected. The command rfkill list returns: 0: phy0: Wireless LAN Soft blocked: yes Hard blocked: no I saw that I have to rmmod hp-wmi and I did it and the ...
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Realtek RTL8188CE don't appear while installing Linux Mint

When I logged in to the installer, I found that my wireless wasn't working. This is strange because in every other Linux Mint installation I've done, wireless cards are recognized automatically, I ...
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Wireless interface only reachable when ethernet cable plugged in

I'm facing a problem that's about to drive me crazy. I'm running a Debian Linux distribution and currently trying to establish a connection to my wireless network (WPA2 security, wpa_supplicant ...
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Kali Linux airodump Not Finding Networks

When I use the airodump it is not coming up with networks available around me. The chart comes up but nothing inside it, even though there should be about 10 networks around me coming up there is just ...
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Are there network connections that don't use the WiFii card or the Ethernet port?

I see many connections like when I use netstat, are they all to the internet? Are there any connections to the internet or other things that aren't forthcoming? I guess what I'm asking is what does ...
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NetworkManager cannot remember my WiFi password

My system is Gentoo 64bit, with KDE4. I just updated my Gentoo system. And after reboot, it asks me for my WiFi password. But the next I log in, it asks the password again. I checked the settings, and ...
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Mitigate connection between two wireless access points

I was wondering if there was a way to connect a single computer to two different access points. I'm on a network with a lot of users and the usage gets bogged down. Using two wireless antennas can I ...
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Cannot connect to WPA2, but connecting to WEP is fine

I'm trying to set up a connection to a WPA2-Personal network on a barebones Debian install. I've installed the firmware for my wireless adapter just fine (ipw2200) and can connect to open wireless ...
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controlling module loading order using a shell script or systemd(fedora) service?

Using Ubuntu 12.04 with systemd(default). I have a broadcom 4312 wireless card which needs "wl" driver and broadcom NIC which uses "b44" "ssb" modules. now, the problem is, at boot the wireless card ...
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Running makefile results in “/sbin/modprobe: invalid option — 'l'”

I'm trying to set up Slackware 14.0 on an Asus EEE PC Flare Series Netbook. Currently I'm trying to configure the wifi. When I enter the following: # iwconfig I get: lo no wireless ...
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How can I most simply transparently bridge traffic between wlan0 and eth0?

I am looking to do this on a Raspberry Pi, but I don't mind which operating system I have to install, so the easiest most out-of-the-box solution for Pidora (Fedora 20 Remix), Raspbian (Debian) or ...
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Wicd and NetworkManager both not working in Debian Jessie

I recently installed Debian, and I was able to get the WiFi to work using the command line. After a while, it stopped working. I figured that it had something to do with the fact that my intel iwlwifi ...
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Installing a D-LINK dwa-131 wireless adaptor on Linux

I am new to Linux and a complete novice, I have just installed Linux Ubuntu on a desktop, I want to use a wireless adapter for my internet connection. The model is a D-Link DWA-131 Nano wireless ...
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FreeBSD setup RTL8187SE wireless NIC

I am running FreeBSD 10. My wireless card is: none1@pci0:9:0:0: class=0x028000 card=0x818210ec chip=0x819910ec rev=0x22 hdr=0x00 vendor = 'Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.' device = ...
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netctl: multiple Wifi APs with same SSID

Yesterday I travelled by train and there were multiple Wifi APs with the same SSID. I had no problem connecting to the Wifi; I'm just curios how netctl handles such a case. Which of the available APs ...
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Wireless 3g dongle not mode-switching successfully

Lots of wireless 3G dongles have 2 modes they can operate in; storage mode where they mount like a USB thumb drive and which usually contains Windows drivers for the device, and communication mode. ...
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Linux Wifi High Power Consumption

I'm running Fedora 20, kernel 3.15.6 and ath9 driver with an ateros card. My battery life is very short, on an older debian install I had around 3 to 4 hours, now I'm between 1 and 2 hours. Powertop ...
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Wifi problem in fedora 20?

I have recently installed fedora 20 on my laptop. I am new to fedora/linux. I think its not having any wifi driver. My network controller is: Broadcom BCM43142. I dont have any other way to connect my ...
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Wifi not working

I just dual-booted windows 7 with Debian 7, during the installation it said the wifi firmware was missing so I installed without an internet connection, after the installation I got my LAN cable to ...
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Through NM says I'm connected to a wireless network, firefox can't connect to any site

Installed Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from a USB stick to a partition on my Dell Inspiron N5010. I login to Ubuntu and opbserve the Wifi appears to connect to teh wi-fi network, but Firefox cannot connect to any ...
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Network Configuration Get Removed After Restarting Zentyal Linux Server

I'm facing a issue with my wireless configuration in Zentyal Linux Server. I configured my wifi network setting in /etc/network/interfaces like this : # interfaces(5) file used by ifup(8) and ...
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Create WiFi AP with LXDE

Using the network manager that comes with LXDE, is it possible to create a Wireless Access Point/Hotspot? That is, instead of the laptop connecting to an AP, it creates the AP so other devices can ...
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Fedora 20: Failed to start LSB: Bring up/down networking

I'm trying to restart my networking service in Fedora 20, and I get the following error: [dev@localhost das]$ sudo service network restart [sudo] password for dev: Restarting network (via ...
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Linux - Mint, wifi aircard issue

I have a microsoft aircard (model 1051 notebook reviever2.0) that I use for wifi. Linux Mint doesn't auto detect wifi with it for some reason. How do I get this to work? Do I need a driver?
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How to use Wireless Network in Virtualbox?

I'm trying to enable Wireless on VirtualBox in my Ubuntu 14.04. I use a Kali Linux as the guest OS, but this OS not show the wi-fi when I connect it. After starting the guest OS, it still does not ...
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PinguyOS latest version - networking problem

I installed PinguyOS on a friends computer. This computer is now displaying the following strange behaviour: Unable to set custom network. There seems to be only a provision for DHCP based ...
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Does BIOS device whitelist affect Linux?

Starting with 2002, Lenovo (actually, it was IBM back then) started whitelisting the wireless adapters and other devices allowed to be used in their ThinkPad laptops. Some other manufacturers are ...
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Bought Wireless Adapter, Can't Use It

I bought a cheap Aztech WL572USB Wireless-N USB Adapter. It clearly says it supports linux on the documentation but strangely doesn't even provide any way to set it up. I assumed it's plug-n-play but ...
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How to install D-Link DWA-510 for Debian 7?

I just bought a D-Link DWA-510. But I can't install it on my Debian 7 32 bits. And I want to use in a runlevel 3. How can I use this D-link? Thanks!
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How to set WiFi password on modem - buffalo airstation g54

I borrowed a WiFi modem from a friend - Buffalo Airstation G54 . I don't know about installations procedure, I just would like set a password to use the wifi, since now it is a free connection. I ...
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netctl start PROFILE fails

Upon login to serial console I run a command via /etc/profile netctl start wlan0-ROUTENZUG However it fails, yielding this output Job for netctl@wlan0\x2ROUTENZUG.service failed. See ´sytemctl status ...
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aircrack-ng shows negative channel

On many Linux distributions, be it BackTrack, Kali, BackBox, Ubuntu, Mint, etc., whenever I use anything from the aircrack-ng suite my wireless card is shown as channel -1. This problem has been ...
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Why is every wifi networks' signal strength always identical?

Right now I'm using wavemon to look at wifi networks in the area, but it doesn't matter what tool I use: The signal strengths of every wifi network I can see are always identical to each other. They ...
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Connect to the same network using 2 wireless interfaces

I have two wireless interfaces on my raspberry Pi that I'd like to be connected to the same network using DHCP (so each interface has a different IP). What do I need to change in my interfaces file? ...
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OpenBSD failing to load firmware of supposedly supported WiFi USB adapter

I recently bought an Edimax EW-7811Un WiFi USB adapter on Amazon. A handful of OpenBSD users have reported success with it, and it's listed as being supported by urtwn(4) in its man pages. I'm ...