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howtos:network_services:running_an_access_point_from_a_slackware_box [2016/11/18 15:14 (UTC)]
louigi600 [4.7.2 Slackware Wireless Clients]
howtos:network_services:running_an_access_point_from_a_slackware_box [2016/11/18 15:17 (UTC)] (current)
louigi600 [4.7.2 Slackware Wireless Clients]
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 It should then be possible to restart rc.inet1 (or just rc.inet1 wlan0_down and rc.inet1 wlan0_up) and the client should associate. It should then be possible to restart rc.inet1 (or just rc.inet1 wlan0_down and rc.inet1 wlan0_up) and the client should associate.
  
-There'​s also the command line alternative with wpa_cli in this example we'll assume that your client is totalu ​unconfigured and wpa_supplicant is not running. ​Wr're going to do everything on the command line:+There'​s also the command line alternative with wpa_cli in this example we'll assume that your client is totally ​unconfigured and wpa_supplicant is not running. ​We're going to do everything on the command line:
  
   # wpa_supplicant -B -W -Dwext -i wlan0 -c /​etc/​wpa_supplicant.conf   # wpa_supplicant -B -W -Dwext -i wlan0 -c /​etc/​wpa_supplicant.conf
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 in it the above snippet would have saved the new network to wpa_supplicant.conf and associated you with it. in it the above snippet would have saved the new network to wpa_supplicant.conf and associated you with it.
  
-Remember that if you'​re ​doning that for an AP with no secutity ​you need to use this:+Remember that if you'​re ​associating with an non secured ​AP you need to use this:
   > set_network 0 ssid "​Insecure-WiFi"​   > set_network 0 ssid "​Insecure-WiFi"​
   OK   OK

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