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

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Who's messing with my router?

Recently, I've been feeling that somebody is doing bad things to my Access point. My wifi access point is "protected" with a hidden ssid, and a WPA2 password. Nobody granted access apart from me, ...
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Prefer wired over wireless for local subnet using NetworkManager

My wireless network is bridged to my wired network, so both have the same subnet. How do I tell NetworkManager to give the local subnet route on the wireless interface a higher metric than the route ...
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Laptop wireless not working following Linux install

I have an HP ProBook 4740s which came installed with Windows 7. I recently installed Linux Mint 17.2 on the laptop. Im not dual booting, the laptop now only has Mint on it. Since the installation, ...
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Sending data intermittently over Wi-Fi and/or 3G

I am working on an embedded Linux system that reads in data through a serial connection, stores the information in a local buffer, and sends the data to the local Windows server when there is a ...
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WIFI Connection with Live CD but not with installed OS

I am really confused and hope somebody could help me solving my problem. i want to install Kali Linux but the problem is, when i start it from the Live CD my wireless adapter works, but when its ...
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Wifi and wifi hotspot at once

I have wifi adapter TP-Link TL-WN722N I want to use it to access internet and to share wifi access point at once. I did it on windows 8: netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid="APname" key="...
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How to create wireless bridge connection with nmcli

Is it possible to create a wireless bridge connection (br0) for any wireless nic (wlan0) using nmcli tool.? End of the day system should have master bridge-connection(br0) that uses wlan0 nic as it's ...
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Unable to boot Linux Mint due to Wi-Fi adapter

I have a Lenovo Flex 2 14D notebook with AMD A8 processor and factory installed Win 8.1 OS. Recently I dual-booted it with Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon. However the boot fails all the time. I ...
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No wireless interface detected in Linux - Odroid

I can see the wifi on my Linux but no wireless interface is detected with iwconfig. I don't understand why. Has someone already met this problem ? root@odroid:/home/odroid# iwconfig wlan0 no ...
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Why is my WiFi card unclaimed by drivers in UbuntuMATE?

The title says the main issue, my Realtek 802.11n WiFi card isn't being claimed by the drivers from here. I installed led the drivers using the install.sh script given in the decompressed tar.gz. ...
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How to scan for wireless networks fast

I have written a script which scans for wifi networks with iw dev wlan0 scan and put the SSIDs in a file. Is there a similar tool wich works a bit faster?
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My Fedora 22 unable to discover wifi networks?

It worked fine till yesterday all of sudden it is unable discover nearby access points.Even I tried to connect to manually it didn't work lspci | grep BCM 07:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom ...
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Disabling wlan0 adapter

Question: What is the terminal command behind right clicking on the wireless icon (Ubuntu 15.04) and then unchecking "Enable Wi-Fi" the box? Why am I asking it? macchanger just work for me when I ...
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Manually connect to Wi-Fi access point (AP) despite preconfigured APs in wpa_supplicant

I have special demands and need to manually control which Wi-Fi access point I connect to on my Linux machine. The machine is a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian (Debian) but I don't think the hardware ...
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Linux WiFi CRDA SysFs Entries for Regulatory Domain

I'm using CRDA to set the WiFi regulatory domain on Linux with TI's wl18xx module to country code US. When I boot up I see the following messages confirming that I am loading the "cfg80211" module ...
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debian wifi setup for failover

I do have a small pc(router_office) that runs debian wheezy (7) and it gets internet from wlan0 and acts as router for eth0 (NAT). Everything works fine. My setup is pretty simple in /etc/network/...
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Wi-Fi Sabrent PCI-8021N Linux Debian Jessie _x86_64 using ralink firmware/desktop

I've been trying since Thursday to get a sabrent card to come up and show what wifi networks are available. I'm in midtown Atlanta...so seems there should be 1 or 2 networks showing. The card's power ...
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Keep losing resolv.conf configurations

Every time I reboot raspi, the resolv.conf file is cleaned. i normally added to this file the openDNS IPs as shown below: # OpenDNS IPv4 nameservers nameserver 208.67.222.222 nameserver 208.67.220....
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Pinging between Mesh Network Nodes OpenWrt

I have two mesh nodes that I have configured to be on a mesh created using OpenWrt. I used the tutorial here to set that up. When I ran iw dev $MESH_IFACE station dump, I got the output that I ...
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WiFi is constantly trying to connect but getting disconnected

I am running Mint 17 with kernel version 3.16.0-38 on my Asus UX305FA. When I boot up, my WiFi tries to connect to the network, disconnects and tries again. I can see this in the syslog. My iPhone ...
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Simultaneously operate on multiple wireless networks

I'm running an Ubuntu 14.04 server. For an experiment I'm running I have the following requirements: -Receive data from multiple (3-4) wireless networks. -Machines on a network will only need to ...
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Wi-Fi disconnects very often

I have laptop "Lenovo s110" with Fedora 22. Wi-Fi randomly disconnects and can't autoconnect. $ dmesg ... [15066.713308] wlp2s0: authenticate with 78:44:76:58:69:ef [15066.742924] wlp2s0: send auth ...
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Can't access Eduroam wireless internet connection SETTINGS (Linux Mint 17)

In Linux Mint 17.1 and 17.2 Cinnamon I have not been able to connect to eduroam wireless university networks. The reason is that I can't find out a way to enter network settings to change the security ...
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Does Realtek RTL8192SU driver support access point mode

Trying to set-up a Raspberry Pi as wireless access point connected to my router. Using a Realtek wireless dongle: lsusb: Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8191SU 802.11n WLAN Adapter Tutorials I am ...
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Hostapd error nl80211: Could not configure driver mode

Hostapd keeps giving me this error: nl80211: Could not configure driver mode nl80211 driver initialization failed. hostapd_free_hapd_data: Interface wlan0 wasn't started I'm on Debian 8. I ...
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Tunslip deactivates WiFi in raspberry pi B+ board

I'm using Contiki operating system with Cooja to simulate a sensor node network. And I'm trying to capture the ip packets it's sending in a Raspberry Pi B+ board (through USB) using tunslip6 and a ...
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Setting up connection to WPA2 Enterprise (PEAP/MSCHAPv2) with two-level certificate

For a long time, I have been able to use NetworkManager + wpa_supplicant as configured in Debian 7 to connect to a secure wireless at work (which is WPA2 Enterprise, with PEAP + MSCHAPv2 ...
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Realtek RTL8723BE Network Card not working on Chromium OS

I use the Lenovo ThinkPad E550 with Realtek rtl8723be network card and the wifi works perfectly on Windows8.1 or Ubuntu 15.04 . Now , i run Chromium OS build by ArnoldTheBat on it . The build-weekly-...
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bcmwl-kernel-source driver issues on install

I am installing Mint 17.1 (MATE) on my MacBook Pro Retina (due to it having much better hardware than my PC, on which I successfully installed Mint 17.1 in the past). I followed the instructions on ...
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detect interface name with perl

I want to detect the interface name (can't use udev because of hardware reasons) and do things according to it. Basically this should be a first check if the wifi device is able to "see" anything. ...
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To run modprobe for Wi-Fi at login

I would like to enable my wifi card automatically at the startup every time. However, the command below requires sudo. I see Hardware Disabled at the wireless connection which blocks the internet ...
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Install wifi driver for Macbook 11.1 under Tails

I am having some troubles with the WIFI on my Macbook using Tails (USB). I encountered a problem similar once when setting up an Arch Linux USB system but I as able to find the necessary drivers and ...
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Wi-Fi card detected only with live usb

I've an old laptop Lifetec, I just installed Lubuntu and Wi-Fi card is not detected. But, if I boot from usb key (using "Try Lubuntu without installing"), the Wi-Fi card is detected and it works. The ...
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Share WiFi internet over same WiFi adapter

I am trying to share internet through my WiFi adapter which is in use for connection to that internet. While I had Connectify license on Windows, I was able to do so: Internet from: My Wifi adapter ...
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How to install wireless drivers for Debian 8 on a MacBook Pro 8,2

I installed Debian 8 (Jessie) with a triple boot on my MacBook Pro 2011 15" (model 8,2). I had to add some options to grub to disable one graphic card and some other great stuff, but I finally ...
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Leoxsys nano wifi adapter installation in backtrack 5r3/kali linux 1.1.0

I have leoxsys nano wifi adapter 150mbps using chipset realtek 8188ETV. It works fine in windows but not recognised in backtrack or kali linux via vmware workstation 9/10/11. When i gave the command "...
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How can settings for a WPA2 enterprise network be determined?

Is it possible to inspect the output of some command to determine the right settings for a given WPA2 Enterprise wifi network? If so, how? I've just been through the process of getting my university ...
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How to switch power save mode between PS Poll and UAPSD (WMM) modes in CLI?

I'm trying to figure out if there are any chances to switch on/off U-APSD power save mode at my laptop. Currently I found a command to switch power save mode on/off: root@host # iw dev wlan3 set ...
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How to make iwconfig fully work on embedded Linux

The target embedded Linux is ARM Xilinx Zynq, and I am working in CentOS to compile to ARM using Xilinx's tool. The target OS is working now and I want to setup the wifi using iwconfig. I downloaded ...
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Linux Mint, is there a captive-portal software for?

Does Linux Mint 17+ has a software for doing captive portal? Amongst the provided list here, it seems none is mint-compatible.
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Captive portal detection, popup implementation?

Based on hostapd, I m building a captive portal. - My Linux Machine provides a Wifi access. - iPad's and Android clients-tablets connect this Wifi. Generally, any client OS check if a url is ...
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Impossible to have two network interfaces wifi and ethernet (as a backup) working together

I have a raspberry 2 with a wifi interface and an ethernet interface. wifi is my main connection with the ability to just plug in the ethernet as a backup method. I want to assign different static ...
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How to conect wi-fi network without using GUI?

I'm using Ubuntu Server 14.04, but I want to connect wi-fi network without using GUI? Exists an software for that?
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Slackware: wireless really slow

Problem: my wireless is run on 11Mb(sic!) I'm on slackware 14.1 iwconfig said wlan0 IEEE 802.11bgn ESSID:"ops!" Mode:Managed Frequency:2.472 GHz Access Point: ops! Bit Rate=...
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Captive portal [HostApd] detection by the browser?

I'm using hostApd to develop a captive portal. My machine provides à Wifi (password free), and I plan the clients to get a popup saying "hello". You know, like the popup of wifi providers, asking for ...
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Kernel driver for wireless adapter not in use

I recently installed Archlinux on my laptop, and as per the instructions on the Arch Wiki (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Wireless_network_configuration#Check_the_driver_status) I checked the ...
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Mysterious disappearing static IP address on wifi interface under Debian?

With these lines in \etc\network\interfaces... allow-hotplug wlan0 iface wlan0 inet static address 192.168.8.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.8.1 ... the interface comes up about ...
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SSH: connection refused to wlan, works when i plug wired lan and unplug

If i do: ssh 192.168.1.8 //my wlan0 connection i get: ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.8 port 22: Connection refused However, if i plug the LAN, i can ssh to 192.168.1.7 (wired ip). And after that,...
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How to detect, find and install a missing firmware [duplicate]

Context Today I installed Debian 8 on my HP Pavilion Notebook PC, during the installation (specifically during the network setting up), the the system prompted: Hardware needs non-free firmware to ...
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How to use the same Wi-Fi adapter to connect to a wireless network, and broadcast an AP at the same time?

I have a Wi-Fi router that runs OpenWRT. It connects to my home Wi-Fi and uses it for Internet access. At the same time, it broadcasts an access point itself and it is bridged with its LAN so other ...