I have two laptops (both wifi enabled) and a wireless router. I want to use one of the laptop on a robot and other laptop to SSH into the first one. My question is that is it possible to connect the two pcs even if I dont have a modem or internet and just use the wifi router? If so how to do that?
There is a main WLAN-router/modem which is connected to the internet and serves the lower floor with WLAN. Now upstairs I have a second WLAN-router/modem (I will call it router two from now on). A normal ethernet cable is plugged in in router two in one of the four ethernet ports and also in one of the four ethernet ports in router one.
This is a long ongoing problem. Maybe someone has an idea. I have an ordinary dsl router with wlan at home. I cannot use the wlan under Linux. nm says I am connected (see screenshot), but there is no internet access. I have never been able to connect to the internet using the wifi at home under Linux. Works fine under Windows, but I hardly ever use Win. Recently I got an Android phone.
i have a old router on its last legs and im looking at setting up a atom system as a router and access point..
now i have only used xp, server and windows 7. so im stuck as i cant get the setup to run right in windows and ive been trying to get it up and running for 3wks now.
Ubuntu 12.04 with proprietary Boardcom STA Wireless driver installed
BCM43224 802.11a/b/g/n wireless card
TP-LINK TD-W8101G 54Mbps Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router
Yesterday before I went to sleep, I still connect to my wireless access point, this morning when I start my laptop I don't see it in the list - there are some neighbors listed but not mine.
The WLAN is green, with my old N
It says here that these laptops are certified by Ubuntu. It says that these laptops are certified. Particularly I am looking at the laptops with hybrid graphics, but how sure am I that these laptops will run well under Ubuntu? Is the driver pre-installed?