How To Connect To A WPA Wifi Using Command Lines On Debian
This tutorial will explain how to connect to a WPA (1-2) wireless network without installing any graphical tool.
on 07/30/2009 – Made popular on 07/30/2009
First of all, allow me to apologize for such a non-specific question, but I really don't know how to call what's happening in my office's WiFi... I know I've seen this issue before, and that I've always had problems on Debian...
Here's the thing: On my Debian Squeeze I try to connect to a WiFi access point (protected with WPA). I provide the password, hit "apply" (on the Kde-Network Manager)...
I installed Porteus on my flash drive. I used the pns-tool. It asked me if I wanted to make it a module. I said yes. I activated the module, but it doesn't seem to connect on boot. I can deactivate the module and use the command line tool again to access the Internet.
So I updated to ICS few weeks ago but now i cannot connect to wifi hotspots.
I generally use connectify to make my laptop as wifi hotspot, to which my other devices, including phone, connect. On gingerbread, i was able to connect to this laptop wifi, but now i cannot. It shows in the available network but wen i click connect, nothing happens (it doesnt connect), no erro rmessages.
As you all know there's a cool feature in win 8 and 8.1 (32/64) bit that allow us to connect
any WIFI network it's security (WPS) using it's Pin Code, there is a lot of programs that can give us a pin of WPS networks like [ Buckynet Wifi Scanner Wireless WPSPIN ]
So my question , can i create a C# program that connect to any WIFI (WPS) using the pin i get from the program that mentioned above ??