I've setted a raspberry pi to act as an access point, for let communicate via tcp socket all the other devices connected at the same access point. So in this case i dont want that the access point let me access to internet! but if i try to connect from my ubuntu, the wifi manager detect that the AP has no internet connection, and doesnt mantain the connection with it! How can i solve this boring problem? thanks to all of you!


The network manager from ubuntu does maintain the connection even if there is no internet connection. But in the default configuration, a IPv4 address is required. You can either disable this check, give the connection a static IPV4 address or install a DHCP Server on the rasberry.

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