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

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Setting up CUPS and Brother Wireless Printer

I am running Fedora 18 and have CUPS and the brother printer driver and CUPS wrapper (provided by brother) installed on my machine. The printer model is the MFC-255CW. This printer works seamlessly ...
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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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Fatal: Module ndiswrapper not found

Getting the following error message: Fatal: Module ndiswrapper not found Problem is I did install the ndiswrapper module. I even uninstalled and re-installed it. Still nothing. Any reason? On ...
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NetworkManager Wi-Fi enablement button unselectable

I have a Gigabyte Q2532 laptop and Enable Wi-Fi of NetworkManager is not selectable. As for the device, here is the relevant entry from lspci: 03:00.0 Network controller: Qualcomm Atheros AR9285 ...
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How can I see the rate of my wireless card?

I am setting manually the bit-rate of my wireless card ! sudo iwconfig wlan0 rate 54M Where can I see if it is applied, because the command does not give any feedback !!!
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Connecting a wireless webcam and wireless dongle

I must create a wireless connection between a USB wireless dongle (DLink wireless-N USB Mini Adapter DWA-140) and a wireless webcam (DLink DCS-932L). I.e. point to point connection without Internet. ...
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How to prevent wpa_supplicant from connecting to a network

How can I persistently prevent a wireless interface using wpa_supplicant in roaming mode from connecting to a particular open network foo? This doesn't work: $ sudo wpa_cli > blacklist ...
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Arch linux wifi works manually, how to make it automatic?

Running Arch Linux with kernel 3.6.11-12-ARCH+ on my Raspberry Pi. I have a Linksys wifi usb dongle (WUSB54GC v3) that is running and working after I execute the following commands: $> sudo ...
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How to confirm/verify WiFi is WPA2?

How do I, from the command line, confirm on the host that the wireless network connection uses WPA2? The wireless router is set to use WPA2 Personal (WPA2 with a pre-shared key) and AES on the ...
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How to connect to internet using `nmcli`?

According to this link nmcli dev wifi con a52c60f5-c1af-4d39-8dc8-728bd770bffc password 12345678 name dlink_home should establish the connection, but it outputs the following error when I try to ...
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NetworkManager not storing passwords

Today I noticed that NetworkManager is not storing passwords for WPA2 networks. I enter the password on connecting, but when I go to the Network Connections dialog the password field is blank and I ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 hotspot wifi network not visible to Android 4.1.2

I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on my notebook, and I've got a Motorola Razr which I updated to Android 4.1.2. Before updating, I connected my smartphone to my hotspot wifi very quickly, but after the ...
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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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How to relay packet in a wireless ad hoc network?

I am trying to connect several Linux computers in wireless ad-hoc multicast : -computer C1 (192.168.1.3) -computer C2 (192.168.1.5) -computer C3 (192.168.1.6) C1 can not reach C3 On computer C1, ...
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No wireless on my Dell Inspiron 1545 Ubuntu

I had installed Ubuntu 12.10 a few months back but never really used wireless device. I did use wireless before that when I had windows installed on my Dell, but then I switched to Ubuntu and the ...
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Wireless on Slackware

Ok, so I finally got my wireless working on Slackware. Trouble is, I don't really understand what I'm doing. I'm currently root and in order to get wireless, I first have to: wpa_supplicant ...
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Linux Mint 15 - Unable to connect to wireless

I have been using Linux Mint 12 for some time and I remember I had faced similar problems back then but that had been fixed by doing some research. However, this time around with the upgrade to 15, I ...
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How to route 3 computer in wireless ad-hoc network?

I have three computers connected on the same wireless ad-hoc network with the following adresses : 192.168.1.3 <-----> 192.168.1.5 <-----> 192.168.1.6 On computer 5, I only did : ...
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Problem with WPA connection on OpenBSD

I have an OpenBSD 5.3 amd64 installed and Intel WiFi Link 1000 card which works with WEP but I obtain a strange message with WPA keys: # sh /etc/netstart iwn0 iwn0: no link ............. sleeping ...
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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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What are the requierements to sniff UDP packets in a Wireless Ad-Hoc network?

In a wireless Ad-Hoc network, I have two computers which communicates in UDP together from 192.168.1.3 to 192.168.1.5 I have a third computer (192.168.1.6) which wants to listen to the packets which ...
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What is TX status timeout and do I have to worry about it?

Recently, after performing a routine software upgrade, I notice a huge surge in the number of warnings from the kernel that goes like this: warning kern [10839.717480] phy0 -> rt2800usb_txdone: ...
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Set wi-fi power saving polling interval on Linux, is it possible?

man iwconfig states: power Used to manipulate power management scheme parameters and mode. To set the period between wake ups, enter period `value'. [...] Examples : ...
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Force a specific frequency from my wireless card

How can I make my wireless card emit a specific frequency (the ones that it is capable of physically)? I am aware that a kernel module can help (please correct if I am wrong) but am looking for ...
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PROLINK WN2001 driver for LinuxMint 15

I just installed LinuxMint 15 and have a desktop that I have installed a PROLINK WN2001 Wireless USB onto. The installation disk has only Windows drivers and now I am looking for a driver for ...
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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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Setting up an ad-hoc network on boot

I'm pretty new to Linux; this project is me trying to learn more. I've done login scripts before but not boot scripts, so that's one of my questions. My other question is how to get an ad-hoc ...
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How to disable wlan0 when shutdown

Since a long time ago my Sony Vaio with Lubuntu 11.10 is showing a red FAIL message during the shutdown process. It tries to kill some process and the white messages on the screen frozen for some ...
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I'm failing to set up a wireless Access Point (AP)

I'm trying to get this card to be an access point, and am failing. I tried various Ubuntu releases, and checked on both ARM and i386. The kernel version I used is 2.6.35, and there is no Network ...
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Can't connect to a wireless network in Arch Linux netctl

I just installed arch linux on my laptop. But after rebooting, I can't connect to the internet. Wi-fi is the only available connection to me. I used the command wifi-menu then after choosing my ...
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Why is my wlan0 interface on Angstrom (Beagleboard) “Not Associated”?

I'm installing a Angstrom (custom build, not the default build) on a Beagleboard XM. I can scan for wireless networks using iwlist and see the neighborhood wireless devices. I have set my SSID and ...
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How to find speed of wlan interface?

I'm trying to find speed of network interface using file-descriptor. It's easy to do it for ethX, just calling cat /sys/class/net/eth0/speed. Unfortunately this method doesn't work with wireless ...
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TP-Link TL-WR1043ND as dumb access point

I followed these instructions on how to set up my TP-Link TL-WR1043ND as a dumb AP: Flashed brand new Attitude Adjustment 12.09-rc1 Logged into LuCI, set up a password Disabled and stopped firewall ...
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Accessing multiple wifi networks simultaneously from debian wheezy

I have got 2 wireless adapters on my machine (one built-in and the other a purchased USB wireless adapter) is there a way I can utilize different WiFi networks simultaneously? I have in mind ...
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How to write a script to read wifi SSID and password from USB drive at boot up and auto logon to wifi network

I have an embedded system that is running Debian. I want to be able to provide wifi network SSID and password information via a USB thumb drive. That way I can easily deploy it to any wifi network. ...
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Troubles with Wifi and ethernet Aspire One AO725

I'm use Debian wheezy on a Acer Aspire One AO725. It has the following kernels: 3.2.0.4-amd64 3.7-trunk-amd64 The command lscpi | grep Network: 02:00:0 Network controller: Atheros ...
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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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Why is Gnome Shell sending data over my wireless network?

I have been checking which processes under my Fedora Linux 18 are using my upload bandwidth and I occasionally see that Gnome Shell is one of them. Why should it be sending data over my wireless ...
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wpa_supplicant store password as hash (WPA-EAP with phase2=“auth=PAP”)

Is there a way to store my password in /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf as some hash instead of plaintext? By "password" I refer here to the password used for phase2 authentification. I do not ...
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How to run rtl8192cu driver in linux with kernel 3.8?

I have a trouble with usb WiFi dongle TPLink WN725N (rtl8192cu driver). Dongle it start, but cannot connect. Driver in official Realtek site support only 2.6.18~2.6.38 and 3.0.8 kernels. Is there a ...
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Wifi module doesn't work anymore in CentOS

Like the title said, my wifi module doesn't work anymore. After a kernel upgrade. The wifi LED is permanently red. I can only use a wired connection. EDITS I add only the lscpi output because the ...
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Cannot connect to belkin router through linux mint

I recently installed Linux Mint 13 alongside windows 7. I have a Realtek RTL8191SEvB Wireless Card. This work's fine with any router. However when I try to connect to a Belkin G Wireless Router it ...
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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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wlan number assignment

How or where does Linux determine the assignment of a network device? Specifically, wlan0 or wlan1 for wireless USB devices. I plugged in a TP USB wireless a while ago, and it was assigned wlan0. I ...
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New Computer keeps crashing on fresh install

I have a brand new HP Envy dv7-7212nr, second one, because I thought there was something wrong with the SSD with the first one. After I install Debian Testing or Mint, I compile the wireless drivers. ...
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correct password but unable to connect to wifi

Problem Not able to connect to wireless network even after giving the correct password Characteristics of Problem After starting laptop, I choose the wireless network from the network manager ...
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Spotty wireless with Fedora

I have this Toshiba laptop I started poking around trying to find out why it quits out so often and is just so bad. This guy seems to have the same problem with the fact that it works perfect in ...
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Network connections don't work after a restart using NetworkManager

openSUSE 12.3 with Network Manager NOTE: The same behaviour occurs for eth0, but it's primarily wlan0 I'm concerned with. Whenever I restart or switch wifi networks, DNS resolution seems to be the ...
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Configure TP-Link TL WN723N for Debian Squeeze

I did a reinstall yesterday of my HP probook laptop using Debian Squeeze. I've been struggling with installing the rtl8192cu module, required to run the TP-Link TL WN723N USB dongle. I am currently ...
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wireless interface stops working, netcfg reports no network found

I'm having a recurrent issue with my Arch Linux installation: wireless will work for a few minutes and then randomly die. When I try to restart it through wifi-menu I am informed there aren't any ...