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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Unable to connect to wifi on Linux Mint

I installed Linux Mint and am trying to connect to wifi, but this does not work. On the system tray it shows the “connecting” icon for a while, then the “not connected” icon. How can I investigate ...
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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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Surface Pro Compatible Wireless cards and drivers

In reference to this post: Surface Pro Wifi Issues on Mint KDE 17 there doesn't seem to be any solution to fixing the wifi issues on the Surface Pro when running Linux. The Marvell card doesn't even ...
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Remove a manually installed driver (wireless usb)

I downloaded and installed a driver for my wireless usb dongle as it wasn't detected by linux (KDE). I wasn't very sure which model it was but apparently it is a Ralink RT2870 (Brand name IPTime ...
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Is there an /etc/network/interfaces option like wireless-ap except for a wpa-ssid/wpa-psk connection?

In /etc/network/interfaces (on Debian Linux 7.6 with wpa_supplicant), wireless-ap forces a specific access point for wireless-essid connections. Is there an equivalent option for wpa-ssid/wpa-psk ...
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bully can't work on mon0 on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

I'm running bully on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I got this output: [!] Bully v1.0-22 - WPS vulnerability assessment utility [!] ioctl(SIOCGIWFREQ) on 'mon0' failed with '-1221085440' Segmentation fault (core ...
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Setting up a wireless connection on CentOS 6.5 without NetworkManager

I'm trying to set up a wifi connection from my CentOS 6.5 system to a wireless AP, without using NetworkManager. This is a fresh installation, but yet I don't see any ifcfg-* files in ...
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What does it mean when my wireless lan is “hard blocked”?

I am attempting to setup wifi on my beaglebone. root@beaglebone:~# rfkill list all 0: phy0: Wireless LAN Soft blocked: no Hard blocked: yes unblock does nothing: root@beaglebone:~# rfkill ...
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Understanding Broadcom setup and kernel files

I often install Linux distros form live usb/CDs. For that I would like to be able to setup my wireless without any internet connexion. I have a Broadcom chipset : $ lspci -k 04:00.0 Network ...
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Compiling/installing driver for Wifi dongle missing kernel modules?

Goal Install the Netis wf2190 wifi dongle onto a NUC with Debian. Environment NUC DC3217IYE Netis WF2190 Debian Linux 3.16-0.bpo.2-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.3-2~bpo70+1 (2014-09-21) x86_64 ...
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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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Arch linux net configuration Operation: No Such file or Directoy

I ma currently in the middle of installing arch linux on my old lenovo g560. This is my second attempt at installing arch-linux. My problems are when I am trying to enable the wireless service with ...
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Wireless networks not showing up on Debian Wheezy

This is is continuation of another post that is resolved now. Now I am actually struggling to get the list of wireless networks available. The Intel 7260 appears to be installed and detected ...
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How do I enable kernel to load Intel® Wireless 7260 card on NUC DC3217IYE with Debian 7?

Environment Next Unit of Computing NUC DC3217IYE with Debian 3.2.60-1+deb7u3 x86_64 GNU/Linux 867Mbps 802.11ac Intel 7260 card, Dual band 5GHz + 2.4GHz Wireless 2x2 AC + Bluetooth4.0 Installing ...
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network manager not listing wifi

When I use NetworkManager command tool to scan for wireless networks the output is empty. root@radxa:~# nmcli dev wifi list SSID BSSID MODE FREQ RATE SIGNAL SECURITY ACTIVE ...
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How can I connect my REMnux to wifi

I have a copy of Linux REMnux 5 which is specially designed for Reverse Engineering. It is based Linux Ubuntu. But I don't know how to connect it to a wifi connection or even a wired connection.
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Wifi and ethernet unstable (takes many tries to connect, disconnects)

Both my WiFi connection and my Ethernet connection have recently (I'd say about a week ago) become unstable, without any change in the configs. Now in order to connect I've to try several times and ...
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pppoeconf login problem

I used pppoeconf command for setup a pppoe connection over the wireless in xubuntu 14.4 and follow all the steps based on ubuntu pppoe wiki but after run pon dsl-provider i cant connect to internet it ...
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“nmcli nm wifi on” stops hostapd

I have ubuntu 14.04 installed on a computer with a built-in wifi and also a usb wifi. I want to run hostapd on built-in wifi to act as an access point though no connection will be established with it. ...
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How to bridge two WiFi interfaces on raspbian

How can I bridge two WiFi interfaces (wlan0 and wlan1) on raspbian? I tried using brctl but i get the following message can't add wlan1 to bridge br0 operation not supported. Is there any other way to ...
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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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No wireless on Zorin

I have installed Zorin OS beside my XP but cannot find a wireless connection. While I can connect using the wired interface, the connection is dropped whenever I go into Software Updates. It will only ...
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Surface Pro Wifi Issues on Mint KDE 17

I'm running Mint 17 KDE on the Surface Pro 1. Wifi worked on installation, however, after about an hour of use the internet stops working and will not reconnect to any wifi. I have to shut the ...
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Arch Linux sudden wifi disconnects and unable to reconnect

I have a problem with my wifi internet connection that is secured by WPA. I have moved to a new location. I had set up a working internect connection but lost the connection after about an hour and ...
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no internet connection wifi

I have moved to a new location and now I have some problems with getting an internet connection. It seems like that this router here is not able of using IPv6 as I got the message that it is no IPv6 ...
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WiFi Connection to ADSL Modem based on MAC

Recently my desktop machine is under attack and someone is leeching my DSL bandwidth. After consultation I find out I can tell my modem to only accept wifi connection according to system MAC address. ...
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Error compiling drivers for Ralink RT2870

Im trying to install drivers for a rosewill RNX-N600UBE wireless card (Ralink RT2870 chipset) on Kali Linux. I downloaded the drivers form their website and unpacked/unzipped them, but now when i try ...
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Command to print name of SSID to which I am connected

Is there a simple command to find out to which Wi-Fi AP I am connected? I have several networks configured in my /etc/wpa_supplicant.d/wpa_supplicant.conf, with assigned priorities, and depending ...
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How build wireless-compat-old in-kernel?

I'm running linux 2.6.24 with custom patches from Freescale, on an embedded board. I want to use a usb wlan modem that uses the Realtek rtl8191su chipset. Realtek provides a driver out of tree, ...
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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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Reset a crashed device (Intel Wireless-N 7260) without reboot

I have a problem with an Intel Wireless-N 7260 card in my laptop. When it dies, I have to reboot to use it again. Is there a way to reload the used modules somehow? I tried removing them with sudo ...
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Linux - Install Wireless Card Driver

I trying to install a wireless LAN driver in my aircrack-ng v4 Virtual Machine but failed. I downloaded "iwlwifi-6000g2b-ucode-17.168.5.2.tgz" for my Chipset (Intel Centrono Wireless Card 1030) and ...
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File sharing between Windows, Linux and Android over network

I have a desktop running Windows 7, a laptop running OpenSUSE 13.1 and an Android 4.1 Tablet, all connected to the same network via a router (the desktop through a LAN cable and the others via WiFi). ...
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Access point (with hostapd) on the same interface as the network/gateway?

I wonder if it should be possible to have an wireless access point using hostapd (as described in Set up an access point) on the same interface that connects to a wireless network for internet. I ...
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Running proprietary firmware in virtualized environment, but not in host environment

I've got a fresh install of Debian Wheezy on my laptop, and for security reasons I would like to not have any proprietary firmware running on this system. However, I require the iwlwifi non-free ...
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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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Configure a usb wireless adapter when hotplugged

I have a pc connected to the internet on eth0 and I have a usb wifi dongle: I succeeded to configure it as a hotspot to which I can connect from my mobile devices so that I can share the pc internet ...
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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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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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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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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 ...