Hi, I want to know if there is a configuration to connect 2 laptops without a router, using only the wlan card of one of the laptops as access point?
I have two laptops using internal wifi to connect to a public wpa secured access point.
One of the laptops use Mint 17, the other Fedora 20. Both connections work fine.
At peak hours however, when there are a lot of user connected to the access point, none of the linux laptops can connect. I see people running windows, OsX and android that connect without issues.
I have to laptops and each one has Ubuntu 14.04.
I would like to communicate between these two laptops by using their Wi-Fi cards.
I don't want to use a router and I don't need internet access so I was thinking to implement a point-to-point communication but I don't know how to do this.
I need to use a laptop as ROS server and the other one as ROS client.