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If you run iw list, look for the lines specifying VHT. VHT Capabilities (0x038071a0): Max MPDU length: 3895 Supported Channel Width: neither 160 nor 80+80 short GI (80 MHz) TX STBC SU Beamformee VHT RX MCS set: 1 streams: MCS 0-9 2 streams: MCS 0-9 3 streams: not supported 4 ...


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It's possible that your router tells the others to send directly, with an ICMP redirect packet. Since they are all on the same network, it knows this should be possible. I set up routes like yours between three Linux machines (mach1 <-> mach3 <-> mach2), and tested with a ping: mach1# ping mach2 PING mach2 (x.x.x.237) 56(84) bytes of data. From ...


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I assume wpa_supplicant and iw is installed . 1) To connect to wifi through wpa_supplicant you need to create a wpa_supplicant.conf file nano /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf with the following lines: network={ ssid="wifi_name" psk="wifi_key" } Or you can use wpa_passphrase to create the configuration file: wpa_passphrase Your_SSID ...


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Linux does support wifi adapters. We can't foresee the future but most adapters should work fine. Why don't you install it and address specific issues as they arise, if they do.


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First of all, this sounds like an XY problem. What are you trying to do? I'm quite sure routing network traffic in this manner is unlikely to be a good solution to whatever your problem is. Having said that, Your routing tables still have a route for 192.168.2.0/24. This means 192.168.2.1 has two routes to reach 192.168.2.2, so the kernel routing subsystem ...


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Your computer is not seeing the nearest wifi AP as it is in channel 13, which by definition should not be used in the US. I advise you to try and configure wpa_supplicant for your country code. In wpa_supplicant.conf please add the directive: country=CZ Then disable and enable wifi again. Hopefully if the card has not any other limitation, you might see ...


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We also have a similar situation here with the FON network in Nós (old ZON) operator. In the past I tried this procedure, nowadays they have randomised the initial URL to try to prevent this, I am planning do some tests in a near future. BT and here our provider use captive portals to authenticate users. If I am not wrong, my own credentials work in BT in ...



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