Questions tagged [wireless]

Wireless is a term used to describe anything that can, due to new technologies, function, fully or partially, without wires. Generally this is wireless network (WiFi), or wireless connection with USB devices (bluetooth), but wireless power is also starting to emerge.

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Prepare SD card for Wifi on Headless Pi

I need to SSH my Pi over wifi but because it is a model A board (using a usb hub is not possible - ever) and I have no ethernet, i can't configure the Pi to connect to my secured wifi network. I want to have the SD card plugged into my laptop and I…
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How to automatically reconnect WiFi?

I'm using my pi to monitor my power meters. Data is transferred to PC by WiFi connection using Edimax EW-7811UN USB adapter. When the Wifi connection drops (switched off over night, or shaky connection), the USB adapter remains disabled. Is there a…
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Setting up WiFi and Ethernet

I'm struggling with my configuration of my Raspberry Pi. I want to achieve the following: eth0: will be used with a static ip and can only connect to the local area network (this will be my NFS server) wlan0: Should connect to my wireless network…
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"connect: Network is unreachable" on a working (connected) wlan0 interface

I finally managed to make wlan0 (an Edimax EW-7811Un USB WiFi dongle) connect to my router, but after an apt-get update I discovered that my Raspberry can't connect outside the local network. The Raspberry is running on the latest (as of writing…
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Is it possible to set up a Raspberry Pi as a wireless router?

When using the Ethernet and a wireless adapter, is it possible to set up the device as a wireless router? If so, what software (and/or additional hardware) would be needed?
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Raspberry Pi sleep mode, how to avoid

I use "wheezy" latest release. The device provides some web service features and supposes to be active 24/7. However if the server wasn't requested for certain amount of time (it is hard to tell exact time), the device seems going to sleep…
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Building Wireless Drivers for Edimax Wireless USB: EW-7811UN

I've been trying on and off for days to build the module for my USB wireless device. It is an Edimax EW-7811UN I've found several resources on building modules for Debian, but none for Arch. Currently I am attempting to cross-compile using the…
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How to get Wi-Fi to connect on boot?

Raspberry Pi Model B OS: Raspbian I am running my Pi headless (currently through a direct Ethernet connection). I have a USB WiFi dongle. I would like to have the WiFi start up at boot and connect by…
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Wifi - bring wlan0 up on boot

I have my network setting stored in /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf and my /etc/network/interfaces looks like this: auto lo, eth0, wlan0 iface lo inet loopback iface eth0 inet dhcp iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-conf /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf To connect to the…
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Connected to the Internet, but can't ssh or ping

I'm having a problem with my Raspberry Pi where I can't ssh into or even ping it, yet I'm using it on my TV, and it's clearly connected to the network/Internet. I've used the attached keyboard to run several curl commands, wget, and apt-get update,…
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Connect to unsecured wireless network

I want to connect to a wireless network (no password needed) I tried this sudo iwconfig wlan0 essid network-essid and tried this, in /etc/network/interfaces auto wlan0 allow-hotplug wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-ssid ="network-essid" but…
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Where are the WiFi config settings stored?

I am using Raspbian. I would like to make programatic changes to the WiFi settings. However, I can't find where they are located. Where are they? Any tips for editing them? Also, in the "Manage Networks" of the WiFi Config, I am not able to…
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Can I use Eye-Fi Wi-Fi SD card?

The Eye-Fi is a class 6 SD card with 802.11n Wi-Fi capability built in. This would be a nice way of adding wireless network connectivity to the Raspberry Pi. Is there a way of doing this ?
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WiFi on Raspberry Pi & Raspbmc

I've been reading around, and looking for instructions to install the Edimax EW-7811UN WiFi dongle (link) on my Raspberry Pi, which is currently running RC3 of Raspbmc. From what I've read, the dongle seems to be compatible, all well and good.…
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How can I setup a Wireless Access point or and Ad-hoc network?

I would like to connect to my PI through wireless USB dongle, how can I setup an AP or an Ad-Hoc under Arch Linux?
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