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What is the “quality” of a Wi-Fi access point?

In Debian you can use iwlist to scan nearby Wi-Fi access points. In the statistics like this: Cell 01 - Address: CC:B2:55:XX:XX:XX ESSID:"X" Protocol:IEEE 802.11bg ...
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Setting channel width with rt2870: iw: Device or resource busy (-16)

I only now found out that my USB WiFi stick is capable of n-WiFi (Edimax EW-7711USn), so naturally, I'd like to get the highest possible speed from it. My link is great, 29dbM and 70/70 quality, but ...
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AzureWave AR5B93 in Debian

I installed debian on my laptop few months ago. Everything was great and there were no (well, only a few) problems. I removed the wireless card (An AzureWave AR5B93), and today when I tried to put it ...
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Installing cubox hardware specific drivers from android built

I've some issues with some linux builds on cubox-i4pro. I've tried to install: - debian - ubuntu - volumio (a debian oriented on music) and none of these distributions have support for the gpu, the ...
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Connect Ethernet and WiFi networks together in the same computer

I have a wifi home network, And a laptop "D", that doesn't have wifi connectivity. I can plug it in to "W", one of wifi enabled computers via an Ethernet cable and now it's possible to get Internet ...
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Why wireless adatper stop to work?

today I correctly installed the driver for the TP-LINK TL-WN725N USB wireless adapter on my RaspBerry Pi (I use RaspBian that is a Debian), then I setted up the wifi using the wpa-supplicant as ...
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Debian 7: “Failure of key exchange and association”

I'm installing Debian using the Live CD with GNOME and the non-free packages. The internet works just fine when using the live CD, but when you try to open the installer and select a network, it gives ...
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After connecting wlan0 to bridge interface (and then removing it), can't connect to AP

I'm on a laptop running Debian Jessie with kernel 3.13-1-amd64; lspci shows that my wireless NIC + driver is 04:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Wireless 3160 (rev 83) Subsystem: Intel ...
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debian, iwlwifi : rfkill seems to halt wifi connection periodically

[Context] I'am installing a Debian on my new computer : uname -a is Linux myname 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.57-3+deb7u1 x86_64 GNU/Linux. I'am trying to use my wifi, lspci gives 02:00.0 Network ...
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apt-get update fails debian 7.5.0

I am a beginner at debian. I hvae just installed debian 7.5.0 amd netinst. When I execute apt-get update I get errors like Could not resolve 'http.debian.org' Thus,I changed the mirrors several ...
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TL-WN721N wireless usb works on one Debian 7 and not working on another

I have TL-WN721N USB wireless card. I plugged it into my laptop with Debian 7. It didn't worked out of the box, but after installing firmware-atheros package from backports it seems to work (I have ...
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How to setup Access Point (WiFi hotspot) on Debian

I'm trying to setup an AP got stuck. I'm using an Odroid U3 and the WiFi adapter is the Module 3 from Hardkernel. I'm also using a Debian Jessie. Not, I've got it to almost work: the Odroid has ...
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2 computers 1 wifi connection 1 ethernet connection bridge?

My computer setup is very strange not being able to ethernet directly to my network. I have 2 terminals(desktop computers) both running linux(ubuntu 12.04.04 server). I have attempted to use brctl ...
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Fujitsu siemens amilo M7405 wlan hard blocked

I am pretty new to linux and I have old computer with windows XP. I just installed Debian from internet source and everything else seems to work okay except the wlan. It says wireless is disabled by ...
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Periodic wifi connectivity loss

I have a new Dell XPS 14 running Debian (Wheezy via Crunchbang). I've been experiencing periodic internet connectivity loss (roughly a couple minutes of downtime every 15 or so minutes, after which ...
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Detecting active devices on LAN from Debian based server

Simply: How can i detect if there are any active devices on lan? More details: I have home server which acts as Internet gateway and wifi access point. Because of server part of its configuration i ...
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Analyzing data from debians /proc/net/dev

I want to create a simple script which will save hourly summary of network transfer through my home server - just simple summary how many gigabytes were sent and received. I decided to read contents ...
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Regarding proxy settings in untangle

I have an problem with some connection settings through modem and proxy.....Ill explain briefly that i used full Pc as untangle proxy server..........So i just installed and all setups are ...
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HTTP Redirect to local Webserver

I've got a small Linux machine which I use as an WLAN-Router (hostapd & udhpd). On the same server there's running a webserver with a website. Now I want to redirect everyone who joins the WLAN to ...
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458 views

Unable to configure wifi on debian 6

I have installed Debian on my Toshiba satellite laptop. I'm having Net-gear WiFi router with me. Normally in Cent OS I can see after booting there will be gnome network manager. But there is no gnome ...
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843 views

really disable power save in linux wifi

I've got a laptop with an Intel Corporation Centrino Advanced-N 6205 [Taylor Peak] (rev 34) (using iwlwifi kernel module). Although power_save (a module parameter) is disabled, I can see 802.11 ...
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Can't connect to the Internet even though I was able during installation(Debian)

As I said in the title i have difficulties connecting to the Internet. During installation of Debian 7.1 I provided wizard with htc_9271.fw file when it asked. After that I connected to the ftp server ...
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How to set and adhoc network between my phone and laptop with static ip

I want to establish a adhoc connection between my laptop running debian wheezy with my android nexus 7 tablet. What I have done is installed hostapd in my laptop with this configuration. ...
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Reaver used to work so fluently, im getting FAILED TO ASSOCIATE.?

I am running debian the latest with amd64 on a dell inspiron 1564 with a Broadcom pci adapter BCM4312 part of the B43xx family. im also running the latest version of reaver now I know this adapter I ...
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Connect to wireless network via another computer's ethernet port

I have a computer running Debian 7.0 that is connected to a wireless network I have a second computer that only has Ethernet, and there is nowhere to plug it into a router directly. Is there any way ...
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Is it possible to add 2 interfaces to my wireless NIC to run as a wireless mesh node and an wireless AP

I want to create a virtual wireless access point on my board so I can run it as an AP and a node in a mesh network at the same time. Has anyone ever done something like this? Is it possible? I am ...
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Using iw to add a virtual wireless interface, getting the error “No such device (-19)”

I am trying to add a virtual wireless interface to my debian squeeze system using iw. The output of iw list is shown below: root@alix:~# iw list Wiphy phy0 I am using the command: iw dev phy0 ...
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1k views

Why can't I connecto to my wifi AP?

I'm connecting to my machine via ssh. Trying to connect it my to my AP. The problem is that the wi fi is active but not connected to my AP. It is Running Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 When I run the ...
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AR9485 chipset support by linux kernel

The wireless in my Asus P8Z77-V Pro didn’t work (it’s a new machine, in which I installed Debian Linux 6.0.6, kernel 2.6.32-5-amd64), and since I’m not an advanced user, and knew naught about ...
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691 views

DEBIAN Wireless connection error: SIOCSIFADDR: No such device

I'm trying to connect via wifi but i keep getting this message: (I'm using NO interface) SIOCSIFADDR: No such device wlan0: ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device wlan0: ...
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Auto connect to any open WiFi with Debian

I have a WiFi module that is registered with a WiFi network. There are a few other WiFi networks in the area. The computer, however, does not know which WiFi network it can connect to. So the ...
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Why is my Linux box dropping network connection?

I have a Debian server in the form of a Raspberry Pi running Raspian. It has a USB Wi-Fi connection. Sometimes it would not respond when I SSH to it, and would require a reboot. I found something in ...
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247 views

static name for a wireless interface on ubuntu/debian machine

I use ubuntu 12.04 on a beagleboard-XM. I use wireless dongle on the board for wireless interface root@ubuntu:/# uname -a Linux ubuntu 3.2.0-23-omap #36-Ubuntu Tue Apr 10 20:24:21 UTC 2012 armv7l ...
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Debian Internet Connection Cannot Access Internet

I'm have a problem, I cannot access the internet. I'm using a dell inspiron 6400 with debian kernel 3.2 installed. My windows manager is xfce4. I was never able to figure out the wired network, ...
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1k views

How to use a D-Link usb network adapter on debian

I have a Debian (squeeze) desktop, and I need to use a D-Link 150 USB Wireless Network Adapter. So far I've done this: $ lsusb ... Bus 001 Device 006: ID 2001:3c18 D-Link Corp. ... After looking ...
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Debian Wheezy, hostapd running but no AP detected by clients

I've an TL-WN951N (AR5416+AR5008) using ath9k module running an hostapd and a dhcp for it. So hostapd starts fine: $ hostapd wifi.test Configuration file: wifi.test Using interface int1 with hwaddr ...
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1answer
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Problems setting TL-WN951N (AR5416/AR5008) into Master mode

I recently bought a TL-WN951N PCI card, it gets detected right and the module being used is ath9k. When trying to set it to master mode however, it prints: $ iwconfig int1 mode master Error for ...
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Cannot install Network Manager in Debian

I have recently installed Debian on my laptop HP G62. The problem is, I cannot establish a WiFi connection. I searched through the web, and I found some guide for setting up a WiFi internet ...
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Can't set-up Wifi Adhoc on my Raspberry Pi with an USB dongle

I am trying to set-up an access point (ad-hoc) for my Raspberry Pi. That means I'm trying to "share" the ethernet connection over Wi-Fi. I am doing this using my Ralink Technology, Corp. RT2501/RT2573 ...
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Wi-Fi Client MAC Address Scanning

In Linux, I would like to know if it's possible to get the MAC address of WiFi clients in close proximity, not configured for Ad-Hoc or as Access Points. For example, a mobile phone that just has ...
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183 views

Backup wireless connections and passwords on Debian Squeeze

Well, it's pretty self-explanatory from the title. I'm redoing (formatting and installing various OS's on) my laptop for a variety of reasons. Since I've connected to a lot of different wifi AP's over ...
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How can I connect to network in Debian through the bridge?

I'm Trying to connect to internet. I have Virtual Box and Debian in it. I'm not able to do it. When I try ifconfig lo Link encap:Local Loopback inet addr:127.0.0.1 Mask:255.0.0.0 inet6 addr: ...
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Wifi scan interval in Debian Wheezy, reconnect after sleep

I want to reconnect to a wireless network as fast as possible when waking up my computer from sleep mode. It always takes a while (usually 15-30 seconds) before there's even a listing of available ...
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How can I control switching between wireless APs on Linux?

Because the walls of my house are thick and tend to attenuate wireless signals badly, I have two access points in different parts of my house, configured on the same SSID with the same settings. Both ...
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2k views

Bridging two wireless NICs in Debian - network unreachable

I'm trying to make a DIY wireless repeater using old hardware and Debian, but I'm encountering some difficulties (more details below). Hardware: EeePC 900 w/Atheros wireless card (kernel driver ...
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Broadcom Wireless on Debian doesn't work

I'm running Debian Linux on a MacBook4,1 with the legendary Broadcom wireless chipset. Before updating the kernel to 3.2.0.1, following this guide to set up wireless worked like a charm. However, ...
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BCM43XX WiFi driver in Debian Wheezy

The described method to get the WiFi working under Debian Wheezy (Broadcom BCM43XX) in the Debian Wiki worked for me… yesterday. After rebooting the computer (Lenovo IdeaPad S10 netbook) there is no ...
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1answer
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Ralink 3070 USB WIFI card doesn't find any networks?

Im trying to make this card work on my Debian Lenny, but, it simple doesnt found any network. I was sure that they existed. I followed this tutorial, but it still isn't working. The device is this: ...
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3k views

Where to get the network NIC's firmware rtl_nic/rtl8105e-1.fw?

Im installing Debian testing version wheezy on my Asus X53Sc with Intel Centrino Wireless-N 100. Im having a problem with my wifi connection. When I try to connect to internet with the wireless ...
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How can I improve WiFi reliability in hotels?

I do a lot of traveling, mostly in Mexico, where IT infrastructure isn't quite up to the standards I'm accustomed to. As someone who depends on reliable Internet for work, a recent trip to Mexico City ...