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

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Intel 7260 Wireless Network Adapter with Debian kernel version 3.2.0-4-amd64

I'm using Debian 3.2.65 with kernel version 3.2.0-4-amd64 and I'm having issues getting the Intel 7260 card working ...
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802.11x Configuration in ARM

Is there any changes or extra steps need to follow to implement 802.11x on ARM architecture ? I have rt3070 WiFi USB dongle. When I connect it to any x86-based OS (Ubuntu), and execute the command ...
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Linux Mint 17 - Unable to connect to wireless network

I am able to detect my wireless connection, just unable to connect. I have used network-manager and WICD and they both keep asking for the password when I know I have entered it correctly. My router ...
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Elementary OS shows WiFi networks, but won't connect

In the top bar, clicking the network icon shows a list of networks. My school's network, which on Windows I would connect to, and then visit a login page in Chrome in order for it to work, shows on ...
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Fedora 18: Unable to connect to a WLAN network

I'm using Fedora 18 with the LXDE desktop. I seem to be unable to connect to any WLAN network. The network manager applets seem to accept only WEP but no WPA encryption. Am I missing something, or ...
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In Archlinux, it has a valid ip, but no connection could established

Later I changed a wireless router, and everything goes OK. Maybe there were something incompatible between the former one and the latter. Yet I can't get the reason. ...
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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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How to troubleshoot and fix Wifi driver on Wandboard DUAL?

Environment Wandboard DUAL C1 Ubuntu Trusty using these instruction Issue I was able to install Ubuntu Trusty and I am failing to get the Wifi driver to work. root@ubuntu-armhf:~# uname -a Linux ...
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Location of wifi password/ssid in OpenELEC (Rasperry Pi version)

Where OpenELEC stores wifi password/ssid? Is it protected somehow or anybody who can get my SD card can read it? I unpacked my OpenELEC's squashfs image so I can browse freely inside its contents but ...
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Get Debian Wheezy netinstall to detect wlan

I'm attempting to install debian wheezy from the netinstall iso burned to usb. I'm trying to use a Belkin F9L1002v1. First time I attempted installation, I was notified of some missing firmware, so I ...
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Do I have more thn one wireless driver modules?

$ lsmod | grep iwl iwldvm 232283 0 mac80211 652718 1 iwldvm iwlwifi 179412 1 iwldvm cfg80211 494362 3 iwlwifi,mac80211,iwldvm I heard that ...
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Linux mint wifi device not on rfkill list

I just installed Linux Mint 16 Cinnamon. But I could not get the wifi device. I googled and found rfkill list but only the bluetooth appears on the list. When I turn of the hardware switch even the ...
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Any application scans for wifi connected devices with the RSSI and saves as csv?

I'm working on a project at which people are to be identified in a closed area through their wifi connected devices. I accordingly need to find an application, code, or command that helps me scan for ...
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Unable to use wifi card after putting it into monitor mode

I'm trying to monitor 802.11 Reauthentication requests and responses made from the DS to the STA. The problem is when using airmon-ng to put the card into monitor mode, the interface is no longer ...
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RT3290 Wireless still not working

I've been trying to get my wireless working for two weeks now. I have 1814:3290 wireless card. I am on Linux Mint 14 64-bit. I have tried all the suggestion on here: ...
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ubuntu 13.04 wifi lost connection - how to get it work again? (broadcom4313)

I am new to ubuntu, meaning I have a lack of funded knowledge and skills, but I hope I provide any necessary information you need to know for solving the problem. My problem is that I moved to a new ...
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Driver Manager cannot choose Broadcom kernel source

On my Linux Mint Qiara, I can go on my wifi during the LiveCD session (though I had to pick Broadcom kernel source in the Driver Manager), but when trying a normal session, the "Apply changes" button ...
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Connecting Linux Mint to WiFi network

I just installed Linux Mint 17 (MATE) on an old laptop and everything works amazing, however I can't seem to get it to connect to my WiFi network. All my other computers can get access, plus, before ...
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BCM43142 Won't Work With Mint 17.1 Cinnamon x64 [closed]

I have posted this on the official Mint forums as well, thought I'd cross-post here to see if I can get alternate suggestions I can try. I initially tried the bcmwl-kernel-source from 'Driver ...
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Install firmware for Netgear WNA1000M on Debian (Jessie)

I'm trying to make my wifi dongle work on Debian: it is a Netgear WNA1000M. If found many "solutions" on forums but none seems to work. I initially bought it for my Raspberry Pi with Raspbian and it ...
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CentOS 7: Can't connect wifi using wpa_supplicant

I recently got a new wireless card, specifically Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 WiFi Bluetooth Half Mini Card. Previously I had been connecting with ethernet so this machine has never been on the ...
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configuration of dlink dwa-123 for kali

I have problem with my hardware switch when I switch it on. The indicator say it's disabled (wireless disabled) and when I press Fn+F5 it says wireless disabled by hardware switch. root@kali:~# ...
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Query OS for hardware characteristics of wireless adapters

I have a raspberry pi with 2 wireless adapters connected to it - one has an antenna. http://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/accessories/wifi-dongles/wifi-dongle-ultra-long-range-high-gain-w-5dbi-antenna ...
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How to associate using aireplay-ng [Reaver]?

I'm a bit of a noob (complete noob) and linux and wifi hacking have always fascinated me. I just started last week. I came across Reaver but it always fails to associate with the AP, and guides online ...
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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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Stability of internal Wireless module or adpater in Ubuntu

This is an update to my previous problem with wireless adapter or module in Ubuntu 12.04 on Thinkpad T400. Now I have installed 14.04. Sometimes when I move my laptop around a little, the ...
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Debian Wheezy won't recognize wireless card after installation

I am trying to help a friend of mine fix his Debian installation on his laptop. He has installed Debian Wheezy 7.8.0 i386 netinst from a CD. His laptop is a Packard Bell Easynote R6510 using an ...
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How to edit hotspot settings in Linux mint 14.04?

I am trying to create a soft hotspot in Linux Mint 17, but when I try I am not able to edit username/password for the created hotpsot moreover it is not detected by my mobile. Below is the ...
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Linux find WiFi Networks protocol(a/b/g/n) version of all available access points

I do use iwlist wlan0 scanning and it gives me a fair amount of data, but one part is missing. It is protocol version. By protocol I mean (a/b/g/n). It would be very good to have these commands in ...
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Arch Linux Ethernet to WiFi bridge

I want to use a Raspberry Pi running Arch Linux to extend my WiFi network. My situation is that I have a spare WiFi router that I want to use to expand my WiFi reception range as well as give me a few ...
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“ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device”

I am trying to crack Wifi using airmon-ng on ubuntu 14.04, I run the command airmon-ng start wlan0 The output is Found 5 processes that could cause trouble. If airodump-ng, aireplay-ng or ...
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Wifi on/off button on TP-Link WR841ND

I installed OpenWRT into TP-Link WR841ND. Everything works as expected, but I can't get the wifi on/off switch working. I followed the guide described on the OpenWRT page for this router. Scripts in ...
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Laptop connected to wifi but no internet

For some reason my wifi has decided to stop working. I can connect to APs, I can have excellent signal strength, but I can't actually load any web pages or ping anything. I know it's my laptop because ...
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Simulating Signal Strength Changes to wpa_supplicant

I am working on a research project whose goal is to make testing alternative fast WiFi handoff (akin to 802.11r) protocols/algorithms easier. The way I plan to accomplish this at a high level is to ...
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How to determine interface RUNNING state without ifconfig?

Some background: sometimes my wi-fi connection suddenly goes down so I type sudo ifconfig wlan0 and check for the word RUNNING. The corresponding line looks like: UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST ...
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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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Linksys AE3000 install on linux

I bought a Linksys AE3000 wireless adapter hoping I could use it on my Ubuntu 12.04 box. I found a website that walked through using it, but it didn't work. I edited rtusb_dev_id.c to add: and then ...
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How to Install Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 Driver onto Linux Mint

I had just recently downloaded Linux Mint onto my computer, and I downloaded a 64-bit driver for wireless, but I don't know how to install it. I've never used linux before now, and the person who ...
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Installing an unauthorized wifi card in a Lenovo thinkpad edge 14

I took out a my Intel dual band Wireless AC 7260 card model number 7260HMW from another laptop. I wanted to install it in my thinkpad. Upon doing so and rebooting, the computer said unauthorized wifi ...
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How do I compile an out-of-tree kernel driver on Fedora to fix super-slow wifi?

I have a HP laptop with Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8188EE Wireless Network Adapter. The laptop came with Windows 8.1 and the wifi worked just fine, but since I wanted to ...
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wifi failed to start with Arch Linux on laptop

I just installed Arch Linux. Wifi worked fine for me on installation but as soon as I rebooted, I received failure messages when trying to connect to my router. When trying to access my router ...
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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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How to send data from serial port over wifi?

I have microcontroller device which reads data from sensors and sends it via Serial to USB converter (ftdi232 cable). This Serial to USB converter is connected to ARMv7 mini-computer - CuBox with ...
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Is there a way to list the connected devices on my wifi access point?

I have an Angstrom Linux device acting as an access point, running hostapd, dhcpd, which works fine. Can I get a list of devices connected to the Wi-Fi? I know I can get the DHCP leases, but I need to ...
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Configure OpenWRT as repeater

At home I'd like to configure one of my wifi routers to serve as a WI-FI signal extender. Since my main router is OpenWrt-based (Backfire 10.1.3), I'd like to use it for that purpose. I've looked ...
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How can I get my wifi card TP-Link TL-WN722N to work in Kali-Linux Oracle VM Virtual Box?

I enter iwconfig and receive: I also enter in ifconfig and receive: I have already entered to make sure I have the updates apt-get update apt-get upgrade tl-wn722n is suppose to be plug and ...
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Status of 5GHz support for 802.11 WiFi devs in BSD (2014)

To put it simply, 2.4GHz band doesn't work anymore due to the plethora of various Wi-Fi and other devices, whereas 5GHz is still almost entirely empty. Do any of the BSDs -- FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, ...
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Network fail on FreeBSD: Ping to router fails, but router believes computer is connected

I have a TP-Link TL-WN851N wireless adapter, which is based on an Atheros device. When I attempt to connect to my WPA2 wireless network, ifconfig wlan0 tells me that the connection is 'associated'. My ...
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AP randomly gets unreachable for the clients while hostapd is running

I got an old PC running as router which has 3 NIC and 1 wifi PCI card TP-Link L-WN751ND. This box runs Debian Wheezy, hostapd, dhcpd etc. The problem is that AP randomly gets unreachable for the ...
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Can't connect to WLAN with netctl

I can't connect to a WiFi network. I tried various methods such as wpa_supplicant and wicd. At the moment I'm trying netctl. When I enter the command: systemctl --type=service I see the following ...