Ubuntu Networking :: Connect Via Terminal To A Wifi Network WPA2 - 10.04

Nov 16, 2010

Im trying to connect to my wireless network via terminal. My wifi network has a WPA2 encription. Im running ubuntu server 10.04. wifi interfaces are active, i can "see" my network with airodump. The only thing is i dont really know how to configure my iwconfig to connect to it.

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I have xbmc, a media center shell that runs on ubuntu. I am trying to set up a laptop to run it and be a full time media center. so far it works great, I installed xbmc live, but the only issue is I have a wep2 protected wireless router and the wifi does not connect automatically.

I have it set up and am using wpa_supplicant once those commands are run the wifi works great.I am a novice in linux in general, and can not seem to get this to work on startup, can anyone point me in the right direction on this? I haven't been able to find the xbmc start up script if one exists, I figured adding those lines to it might work,does this sound like a reasonable approach? if anyone knows where that is and how it is defined to be launched on start-up i would appreciate it(I guess this is getting into the general Linux knowledge but still good info)

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When I do connect to the WPA2 LEAP network it recognizes the network and tries to connect, it pops up the login box for me to enter my username and password, but after I click connect it pops back up again about 10 seconds later. It pops up like this about 3 times total, then after the third time it stops trying to connect and the Wireless Network Disconnected message is shown.

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Here's my wpa_supplicant.conf:

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And the relevant line in the /etc/network/interfaces file:

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i use the default network manager to connect to wifi before, but it all seem to be failed after the replacement of router. i also used Wicd but it failed to connect either. it says in the notification "disconnected: bad password" but the password was right. my wifi used WEP password with open authentication.

i even remove the WEP password and try to connect, but it failed. all i can do is to boot in windows 7 and surf internet there. what could cause this problem? is it the router, the telephone line? i can set the router settings if i want, but i don't know what causes the problem.

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Apr 30, 2011

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Authentication: WPA
Data Encryption: TKIP
EAP Type: PEAP (EAP-MSCHAPv2)

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I have a Fedora Box with chillispot loaded for a captive protal wifi network. I am needing my office lan to connect to a controller on the WIFI network. I have tried many different firewall rules and have only momentarly able to ping something on the other network. here's some configuration info and my firewall rules that I thought should work.

FC 4
ETH0 - WAN (office lan 192.168.24.201/24)
ETH1 - LAN (brought up as 192.168.10.1/24)
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Jan 22, 2011

I got my netbook in the mail yesterday, opened it up, logged in, and Windows 7 was installed. Being a Windows hater my whole life, I followed a friend's advice and downloaded Ubuntu netbook, made a USB drive, changed the BIOS settings, all that. Here's when the stupidity occurs--I decided to go ahead and install Ubuntu without trying it, and to delete Windows to do so. A couple minutes later I realized that was a really, really stupid idea, so in a panic I turned my netbook off. I turned it back on and it was still on install but not really moving, so I powered off and on again and went back to the "Try Ubuntu" or "Install Ubuntu" choice screen. I chose "Try Ubuntu" and found that it did not recognize my home wifi network or ask me to join--or any wifi network, for that matter.

Now, it did recognize my wifi network the few minutes I spent on Windows 7, so I tried to change the BIOS settings back to where I could just use that until I figured out the problem. But no matter which setting I tried (HDD/SDD just gives me a black screen, and FDD and LAN do the same as the USB drive), I can't get back to Windows, so I guess I did delete it. Which leaves me with a netbook that can only connect to the internet via ethernet cable. Which kind of defeats the purpose.

Questions I should answer:

1. How am I trying to get online? My home's wireless network. We have a router. All the other laptops in the house connect fine.

2. Who is my internet service provider (and in which country?) COX, United States.

3. Can you get online with any other method? Yes, the internet works fine with an ethernet cable.

4. How am I getting online to post in this forum? My parent's laptop.

5. What hardware are you using? Toshiba N505 netbook and a router. I can give more information about the router if you need it, but I doubt it's the program since the other laptops are fine.

Give me one moment and I will add some code that it gives me when I put in the commands this website tells me to.My two final questions are:

1. Is there any way to recover Windows without buying it again?

2. How can I get Ubuntu to connect to my home wifi network?

EDIT: Here's some code. I have no idea what it means, but hopefully you do.

To run a command as administrator (user "root"), use "sudo <command>".See "man sudo_root" for details.

ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ lspci
00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation N10 Family DMI Bridge
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation N10 Family Integrated Graphics Controller[code]......

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Apr 9, 2011

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I have had my network setup and working with WEP for a long time. Also Windows 7 is working fine from the same laptop. I can't figure out why the essid is scrambled. Here is the output of iwconfig:

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Sep 25, 2010

I just installed Fedora 13 64bit Gnome, but I can't connect to the internet for some odd reason.

If you look at the image below:

I have marked the network icon, but on my desktop I don't have that icon for some reason...

Since I'm new @ Linux(Picking it up again) I went to the services and checked 2 services:

The network manager service was running but the status said: This service is dead.

And the network service was also running but status was: The status of this service is unknown.

I also went to the Administration menu and checked Network, the first tab showed no devices, but when I went to the hardware tab it did show my card.

I also don't believe that this is hardware problem since the card worked just fine under Fedora 9 or 10(Don't remember).

So if anyone got some solutions for me it would be great...

Some related hardware info:
lsusb

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Apr 28, 2011

I have been an Ubuntu user for a year or so. My level is still ultra n00b but I am trying. Whenever I update Ubuntu there is always a WiFi problem, always. So now I am having problems getting wifi to work in 10.10. In Network Manager I can view wifi networks fine but I cannot connect. I tried with wicd also but I got as far as "getting ip" and then it would hang up.

lspci

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I am not sure what driver I am using as I don't know how to exactly ID my driver. I know there is a way to ID the driver using airodump-ng but I have yet to find it.
I have a feeling this is a driver issue as one time I was able to establish a connection that then dropped a few minutes later. I have a feeling I should be disabling/removing the current driver and replacing it with ipw3945 or possibly a driver ndiswrapped? The problem is I cannot figure out how to remove the current driver.

I was going to switch back to 9.04 but I thought I would try to manually figure this one out instead of taking the easy way.

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Feb 25, 2011

I am running Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook Remix on a Toshiba Netbook NB300. After performing an upgrade I find myself unable to connect to my wirless network and have lost the wifi icon in the task bar. Ethernet connectivity is however working.

iwconfig shows:
wlan0 IEEE 802.11bgn ESSID:off/any
Mode:Managed Access Point: Not-Associated Tx-Power=20 dBm
Retry long limit:7 RTS thr:off Fragment thr:off
Power Management:off
ifconfig shows

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I need to take to bring back wireless connectivity to my netbook and restore the wifi icon to the task bar.

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00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Core Processor DRAM Controller (rev 02)
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 02)
00:16.0 Communication controller: Intel Corporation 5 Series/3400 Series Chipset HECI Controller (rev 06)
00:1a.0 USB Controller: Intel Corporation 5 Series/3400 Series Chipset USB2 Enhanced Host Controller (rev 05)

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