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

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How do I get/install Linux firmware for my EW-7727In wireless adapter?

I have an Edimax EW-7727In which I want to use with a box running Debian Stretch over a 4.2.0.1 Linux kernel. But - without installing anything special, my taskbar widget tells me I'm missing the ...
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Setting up wireless on a Debian 7.9 (with older kernel) and connecting to it via 802.1x

This is my first post on this particular SE site, but I have used the wisdom, shared here, more than once. Using this opportunity, I'd like to thank everyone on this site and Stack Exchange, in ...
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WiFi not working properly in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS on Macbook Pro

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 LTS on my Macbook Pro. Everything seems to work fine except the WiFi. The wireless connection is very slow and intermittent. Wired connection works like a charm however. ...
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Export network module from one live distro and import into another?

I have two live distros installed on a thumb drive with YUMI. One is a flavor of Ubuntu, and the other is a flavor of Puppy Linux. I want to use Puppy Linux as my primary distro, but it does not ...
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Auto Connect to any Open WiFi network via CLI Command Line

I have a Linux server running on a laptop. I would like it to auto-connect to any open WiFi network automatically. (Without knowing the SSID beforehand) It's for a remote server deployment of ...
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debian broadcom wireless dropping out

Sometimes my wifi just disconnects for no reason what so ever. I caught this log in dmesg. [54591.176796] CPU7: Core temperature above threshold, cpu clock throttled (total events = 3457) [54591....
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Installing USB Wi-Fi driver on Zorin

I installed Zorin 10 (after trying Mint and Ubuntu). My problem is I have a TP LINK Archer T2UH USB Wi-Fi adapter. Their website has the Linux driver for it(http://www.tp-link.com/res/down/soft/...
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How to check if a WiFi card supports Transmit Power Control?

I have an Atheros wireless PCI card, functioning in AP mode through hostapd. How can I check whether it supports TPC - and, in this case, turn it on/off? Note: Transmit Power Control (TPC) is a ...
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'wlan0' component not present in my kali linux [closed]

I am learning penetration testing on kali linux. When I type ifconfig in terminal, it only shows eth0 and lo named components, It does not show wlan0, and I found that it is needed in aircrack. I am ...
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Wifi drivers not installing

I just got myself a laptop with a Intel dual band 8260 Wifi adapter and I've installed linux on it but it doesn't install my drivers. This is a modinfo for iwlwifi filename: /lib/modules/4.0.0-...
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4G USB Wireless Internet Device Activation Error

I am using Ubuntu 15.10 on a Dell Vostro 1500. I tried to get a 4G wireless internet device (Sierra Wireless AirCard 320U) to work but got the following error message. Could some please explain what ...
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Connect Docker container and host to different network

I don't know if this makes any sense, but is it possible to use WiFi in host but only mobile broadband in a docker image?
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How to add WiFi connections to old Fedora in command line

The issue in this question is a duplicate of the following: How do I use NMCLI to create a Wifi connection & connect to SSID over WPA? However, the solution suggested to that question does not ...
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How to fix that dhclient uses massive amounts of bandwidth when bridging eth0 to wlan0?

I have been using my Raspberry Pi as a WiFi adapter for my PS3, because the internal WiFi adapter on the PS3 isn't good, but the USB adapter on the Raspberry Pi is much better. I have been using these ...
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Kali linux intel wireless drivers

I'm looking for these drivers online but I can't find any. Anyone had a same problem? My wireless adapter is Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260
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Linux mint do not ask for username and password

I just installed Linux Mint and I am totally new in the Linux world. At my home I have WiFi and I successfully connected with my home WiFi. Connect with my home WiFi I only need password. No username ...
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Where is the wireless configuration on Fedora 23?

I am entirely new to Linux as I just installed the dual boot of Windows 10 and Fedora. And the problem I ran into is that in the network setting, there is no option for WiFi? I did intensive Google ...
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Making wifi work

I'm running Debian Jessie 8.2 from a live boot, from a USB stick. It works; I can boot and use it normally, but I can't connect to WiFi. I've read that I probably need non-free drivers, (but right ...
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Setting up a WLAN usb stick

I'm trying to make the WLAN USB stick connect to a wireless network. There was an official Linux driver available for download (v4.0.2_9000.20130911, which supports my Linux kernel version) and I ...
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Difficulties with connecting to WLAN with wpa_supplicant on a system rescue CD

My box epicly failed and I am trying to get online to begin the rescue. The very same config which used to work on my dead system doesn't work now and I cannot connect to WLAN using the same ...
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WiFi troubles when power adapter is connected

I'm having troubles with my WiFi router and my laptop at home. Communication between the two is crappy. So I made some test and also I tried different wifi channels and I discovered a weird thing: If ...
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Configuring WiFi drive on MacBook Air running Kali Linux

I installed Kali Linux 2.0 recently, and am trying to make the WiFi work. I was following this guide. However, when I get to the 4th step, I get this: root@KaliDark:~# modprobe -r b44 b43 b43legacy ...
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TL-WN722N blocking processes on Kali Linux 2.0

today I'm looking for some serious help with getting my TP-Link TL-WN722N to work on my Kali Linux 2.0 VM. Just for some background, I'm running Kali Linux 2 within my Mac OS (Yosemite) using ...
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How to make a TP-LINK TL-WN321G wireless card work? (Sugar on a Stick, Fedora 23)

I am trying to connect to the WiFi using my TP-LINK TL-WN321G wireless card. After some research on the Internet I've found out that it might not be the case of a missing driver, since there is a ...
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How to print from Arch Linux via Wi-Fi to Canon MG6450?

I have a Canon MG6450 with Wi-Fi enabled and an up-to-date Arch Linux installation with cnijfilter-mg4200 3.80-1 installed. I can see the printer in print dialogues (sometimes it takes a second to ...
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No wifi networks show up in gnome settings

I've got a rather odd issue. I recently installed debian 8 on a Toshiba Kirabook and have some issues with the wifi. When going to the gnome wifi selection it says no networks available so I can't ...
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How to install b43-lpphy-installer for Debian?

I have installed Debian and its version is Linux version 3.16.0-4-amd64 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 802.11b/g LP-PHY (rev 01) How do I install b43-lpphy-installer for this ...
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Kali disconnect from WiFi when tools are used

My kail linux (desktop dual boot, not vm) disconnects from WiFi whenever I do something with the given tools. It works fine with the browser and even other terminal procedures like vim. However, when ...
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Log the time when raspberry pi connects to wifi

Is there a way to get the last time my raspberry pi connects to the wifi network defined in wpa_supplicant.conf? Thanks
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TP-LINK Archer T2UH wifi fastroaming on Linux slow or sometimes cannot connect on AP

we are running this on Linaro Ubuntu on ARM. We are using a TP-LINK Archer T2UH USB dongle attached to the ARM board connected to a 5Ghz-only network with 6 to 9 APs configured to share the same ...
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Debian wifi drops out and then won't reconnect until reboot

I am using Debian on a 2014 Macbook pro. I installed the broadcom wireless drivers from the official debian wiki. Every now and again I get this error where my laptop disconnects from the wifi and ...
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Kali linux run airbase-ng along with wpa_supplicant

I have a notebook with installed kali linux with a built-in wireless card and I have also an external USB wireless adapter. I'm able to connect to networks with both of them, and I have no problems ...
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Install wireless usb on CentOS 7 (VMWare)

I am very new to Linux. I have installed CentOS 7 on a virtual machine using a windows host. I am wanting to install my USB wifi dongle so it can be used on the CentOS 7 guest. (My windows does not ...
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Connect Automatically to network with authentication Without Encryption on BeagleBone Black

I'm a new user to Linux, I develop a project in which using BeagleBone Black board with Debian, in which I need connect the board automatically to open networks detected via WIFI (authentication ...
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Capturing Traffic of Router

My machine is connected to a wireless router. Is it possible to analyse packets coming and going to the router? Can I use the bridged mode for achieving this? Actually I want the original packets ...
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How to connect remotely to airserv-ng server?

I found a new utils called airserv-ng a have tested him and I have a problem : I want to use airserv-ng on one computer and airodump-ng on another. I test that but the problem is when I want to run ...
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Connecting Linux Mint 16 to Wifi

I saw the previous answers to a very similar question that seemed to be solved for the requestor. The answers assumed that one can have a "hardwire" connection to the internet. Terdon said something ...
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What meta data shares my Linux via Wifi?

Is there a way to find out what kind of data my Linux shares with a wifi host? Like, he'll probably know my (wifi interface) MAC address, IP address, hostname. But what about other information like ...
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How to fix “deauthentication by local choice”?

I built an embedded Linux using Buildroot and I have some trouble to stay connected to my AP. Cannot get an IP address more than once. I use wpa_supplicant to connect to my AP using WPA2-PSK. It ...
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Is it possible to determine what a wireless access point needs?

I am trying to connect to an unsecured wireless access point using a Raspberry Pi and Edimax 802.11n USB WiFi adapter. From a fresh install of the latest Raspbian image (Jessie), I am able to see the ...
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New installation of Debian 7.9 cannot see wireless adapter

I have just installed Debian 7.9 on a Lenovo Thinkpad E455 with a Realtek RTL8723BE Wireless LAN 802.lln PCI-E NIC wireless adaoter. When I started it up, I logged in and only saw the wired ...
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mint 17.2 won't connect to strongest ssid, but instead to a specific one

In my network I have three access points with thesame name and passwords. But mint only connects to one specific one, and doesn't connect to the one with the strongest connection.
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WiFi Broadcom 4306 won't connect

I've been struggling for a while trying to get a Broadcom 4306/2 working on an old Dell lap-top (Latitude D800). My situation is very close to this one The solution mentioned there appears to be to ...
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Connect wirelessly to WPA2-Enterprise network via shell

I need to connect to a WPA2-Enterprise connection wirelessly through the shell but cannot figure out how to do it. I have researched and have found many results for WPA2-Personal and even WPA2-...
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WiFi active and connection ok, but no eth0 or wlan0

I'm on Fedora, and trying to find my local IP address, so I ran ifconfig -a and got back the following: lo: flags=73<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING> mtu 65536 inet 127.0.0.1 netmask 255.0.0.0 ...
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WiFi Drivers for Kali Linux

I'm new to Linux operating system and I have Kali Linux installed along Windows on my Laptop. I don't know how to connect to WiFi in Kali Linux. When I press the network settings I get Wired ...
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WIFI Broadcom BCM43224 not connecting in linux mint

I'm using the STA driver on Linux Mint and since two days ago my notebook can't connect using wifi, it keeps telling me to Authenticate. I tried to install the b43 driver without success. Here is the ...
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How to solve adapter does not support AP (master) mode problem?

I have intel centrino N1000 wireless card. I am able to setup "wifi hotspot" with windows 7. But I am not able to setup "wifi hotspot" in ubuntu though I am able to connect to other wifi devices and ...
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What are the most reliable wifi commandline tools? iw vs wpa_cli vs nmcli

I am exploring a few low-level tools for connecting to wireless networks, and I found the following tools (with useful documentation/tutorial links): iw wpa_cli nmcli I cannot seem to find a ...
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Switch to a specified WiFi network via bash on a Mac

I try to connect to a specific WiFi network in a bash script on a Mac. Two things I want to achieve: Connect to the specified network. I have tried networksetup -setairportnetwork en0 [network_ID], ...