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You can try the Text User Interface, nmtui open the Konsole and type: nmtui To navigate, use the arrow keys or press Tab to step forwards and press Shift+Tab to step back through the options. Press Enter to select an option. The Space bar toggles the status of a check box. enter image description here Edit connection >> add >> wifi >> create Edit ...


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I just discovered that although Remote Administration is disabled, I can still access And make changes to the router wirelessly! Yes, why shouldn;t you be able to? Both local wired and local wireless should work. What should be disabled is administration from the WAN port. (The side facing the Internet).


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It sounds like you want to set up some kind of Wi-Fi network that shuttles users through a VPN to the wide open Internet. As far as the networking, you'll need to route Wi-Fi to a specialized VPN adapter. The gl.inet routers have firmware for this same thing, but for Tor instead of a VPN. You may want to look into pfSense if you want to dedicate a PC to ...


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I adjusted several of the wireless settings including channel selection (not "automatic") and others. I tried turning down the signal strength of the U-verse 2wire 3800 router to 20 percent (the lowest setting) and confirming that the SR350N's signal strength was 100 percent. Standing close to the SR350N (and about 50 ft and 3 rooms away from the 3800 I ...


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I had the same issue with my TPLink Range Extender and I found the best solution for this issue was to factory reset it and try again from the beginning. My issue was the button on the front of the device was pushed and the extender was locked. It helped me by restoring the device maybe it will help you with your situation.If you need TPLink has a really ...


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It depends on network cards. I do not own an RTL8188, so i cannot tell you off-hand, but I can show you how to find out. You must issue the command iw list and, among its abundant output, you will find something like: Supported interface modes: * IBSS * managed * AP * AP/VLAN * monitor ...


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When in doubt, cheat. You can use a Ubiquiti Nanostation M or Nanostation Loco M (smaller, cheaper) as a bridge between Ethernet and the wifi network. Those are 802.11n devices - the M2 is 2Ghz, the M5 is 5Ghz. Additionally, they have very good directional antennas for the price, so you'll get a much better signal with them than your laptop's built-in ...


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The Access points keep stateful information about your device - you cannot just magically roam from one to another by matching parameters. Big companies like Aruba solve the problem by putting an "access router" in 1 spot in a building and then each "access point" is just an antenna and line card into the access router. Home access points have none of this ...


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This should work. Make sure to disable the router's DHCP server. Assign it a LAN IP address inside the range the other router handles but, ideally, outside its DHCP range. For example, if the other router's LAN address is 192.168.0.1 and its DHCP range is 192.168.0.100 to 192.168.0.200, 192.168.0.2 would be a good LAN address for the other router. Connect ...


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I finally figured it out. I didn't open the DHCP port in my firewall (67). #: ufw allow 67


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No, just having different SSIDs as per your diagram would put Computer B on the same network as your other machines. It would be able to communicate with everything else on your network. The SSID is just used as an identifier for the wireless connection your adapter will connect to. Beyond this, it will communicate with the same network. In order to solve ...


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Both computers join different SSIDs, but their network is the same (192.168.0.0 nm 255.255.255.0), so based on this picture they will see eachother.


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As an end user, the benefits of 2.4GHz: It has a longer range than 5GHz More devices have support for it And for 5GHz There is less interference partly due to less devices using this frequency. A lot of devices can cause interference on the 2.4GHz range, such as microwaves and home phones. As for the difference in channel numbering, each channel ...


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You can do this in NetSetMan: http://www.netsetman.com/en/wifi The software is free for personal use. Main menu -> Tools > NSM WiFi Management Choose the AP you'd like to use and connect.



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