I would like beeing able to exchange packets between WIFI and LAN.
My Ubuntu 14.04 Server operated as a lan-wifi-router has two physical Ethernet Ports (p4p1 and p5p1) as well as a WIFI Module (wlan0). The p4p1 interface is my connection to the internet and gets its adress via DHCP from my provider.
wlan0 and p5p1 are connected to a bridge br0 which uses the static adress 192.168.3.1.
i have network wifi adapter "802.11 WiFi (eth1)" of lenovo g560
the mac address of this adapter never changes i have tried every thing every method in windows but still the same mac address of that adapter while the wired adapter changes all the time with no effort ,i knew that it will never change in windows.But now i'm using ubuntu also the wired mac only that i can change but wireless one sti
I cannot connect to mixed b/g/n wifi Network. I am using wl drivers. Connection to other wifi networks is working well, but to this network I cannot connect from Ubuntu (from my android phone connection works) Specifications of my wifi network are here:
My laptop came with ubuntu as a pre-loaded OS but my brother removed it and installed windows 7 over it and after reinstalling ubuntu wifi is not working it is not showing available wifi networks,it used to work before and i am sure that my wifi adapter is compatible with linux i need help installing the drivers of the wifi adapter reply as soon as possible and step by step instructions please i a
I am currently using Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and my WIFI status is pretty unstable. Frequently disconnected, approx. 10 minutes per time. I had met this problem when I use 13.10 in last year. And normally need to disable WIFI and turn it on again to connect again. How to deal with this issue? It seems I have to stay with Ubuntu for study in a while so I need to figure out what can I do.
Strange things are going on our network.
Since yesterday a host which is actually not on our subnet spreads wrong ARP Replys on our network. To be precise, only on the WIFI. If I connect my Laptop to the cable ethernet, it gets the right MAC adress of the router. Also my Android phone and my Ubuntu system do get the right MAC Adress.
So I took a look at wireshark.