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Configure Raspberry PI Access Point to use RADIUS Apache Authentication?

I made a Raspberry PI into a wireless access point using isc-dhcp-server and hostapd, which is cool. What I would like to do is add a web-page authentication form for the network where I could display ...
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Raspberry Pi Edimax Wlan Stick drops connection

I finally got the Edimax RTL8188CUS wireless stick of my Raspberry Pi working but I keep losing the connection after just a few minutes. I can prevent this from happening when I constantly ping the ...
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How to make Kismet scan for a fixed period of time, wait for public WiFi access and upload its results?

My next project consists of a Raspberry Pi discreetly connected to a car that will wardrive for the person who connected it and never has to be retrieved. This is a proof of concept as I just want to ...
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Connect devices plugged into Raspberry Pi ethernet to WiFi network

I'm just starting out on a mission to learn more about networking and I've followed a tutorial (http://raspberrypihq.com/how-to-turn-a-raspberry-pi-into-a-wifi-router/) to turn my Raspberry Pi into a ...
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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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How can I find the USB wireless adapter into the dmesg log file?

I am pretty new in Linux (RaspBian for RaspBerry Pi but I think that there are not difference) and I have to install an USB wireless network adapter (the product is the TP-Link TL-WN725N, this one: ...
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53 views

How to permanently add wireless interfaces with iw

How can I permanently add virtual wireless interfaces to my network configuration with iw? I created the following interfaces: iw phy phy0 interface add vwlan0 type station iw phy phy0 interface ...
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Cannot open /dev/rfcomm1 : Host is down

I am working on raspberry PI and on Bluetooth. I am using old raspberry pi kernel as the new one has got some bugs that were not resolved with respect to the bluez daemon. At present my kernel version ...
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Extend Wifi via Intermediate 3g

This is what I currently have: (Device1).....Wifi.....(Device2) And this is what I need: (Device1)...Wifi...(RaspberryPi1)...3g...(RaspberryPi2)...Wifi...(Device2) The 2 Devices should not get to ...
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Windows 8 Wifi connections freeze randomly

I'm using a relatively new SONY Vaio Laptop to connect to a Linux machine (a Raspberry Pi on the local network) and I am having the problem, that the connection seems to freeze at larger (not too ...
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Accessing a Raspberry Pi Over a wifi card

SO, I have a wifi card (model isn't really important, can provide if needed) it supports master mode, so this is NOT the issue, and a raspberry pi. I have a configured Hostapd and udhcpd on it. ...
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SSH into host on the same network behind a firewall that blocks SSH

I'm trying to SSH into my Raspberry Pi, which is on the same wireless network as my SSH client. My firewall blocks SSH connections. I changed the sshd listening port in my Raspberry Pi to 80 like ...
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clients can't connect to hostapd on raspberry pi

I can't get any device (Win7, Win8 or Android) to connect to my poor man's wireless access point (raspberry pi + rtl8192cu chipset USB adapter (Belkin N300 micro) + hostapd + dnsmasq). After ...
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Arch Linux on Raspberry Pi can't connect to WLAN netctl

I can't connect to a WiFi network. I tried various methods (wpa_supplicant, wicd ...). At the moment I'm trying netctl. When I enter the command: systemctl --type=service I see the following errors: ...
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Two wireless NIC on RaspberryPi

I want to be able to use two wireless network adapters on my RaspberryPi running wheezy (Debian).One card is to be used to connect to the network and I want the other to run in the monitor mode. Two ...
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raspberry pi openelec: how to connect via wifi with an ssid with spaces and special characters

device: Raspberry Pi Mod. B Rev 2.0 512 MB RAM wifi stick: EDIMAX EW-7811UN Wireless USB Adapter, 150 Mbit/s OS: openelec (XBMC) ssid: FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7270 How can I connect to wireless lan with ...
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How can I safely shutdown a network-bridged pi without a keyboard?

So I've got a raspberry pi that bridges wlan0 and eth0 so an old xbox can have wifi, yay! The bridging happens at startup through a script I wrote that reads a file to decide whether or not to bridge. ...
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Does bridging two network interfaces prevent web server access running on the host?

I have a Raspberry Pi setup as a wireless bridge for an XBox (i.e. Ethernet bridged to the wifi). Currently I can plug in a keyboard directly to reconfigure. Since the bridging works at the lowest two ...
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Local website served via ad hoc wifi network

I am in the process of creating a carputer which will be controlled via a web browser on my android device. I plan to use a raspberry pi with a USB wireless adapter, which will serve a simple website. ...
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Hostapd strangeness

A while back I asked a question about setting my Raspberry Pi up with a bridged network connection - Wired to wireless bridge in Linux - and the answer I got worked well. Now, I had to start all over ...
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Wired to wireless bridge in Linux

I am attempting to set up my Raspberry Pi as a bridge, using Debian wheezy. I have a hostapd.conf: (some details changed for security, and yes, I know WEP is no good)... interface=wlan0 bridge=br0 ...
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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 ...