Unihiker WiFi Connection without password or with UserID

userHead CapperLabs 2023-10-03 02:53:32 284 Views2 Replies

When using Network Settings/Connect Wi-Fi/ I using 10.1.2.3 I only get one method of connection, a SSID with a password.  I have 2 methods on my network that I cannot use, the first is a guest SSID with no password security - the Unihiker will not connect with no password, and the second method is a SSID with a UserID and Password, the Unihiker has no field for a UserID.

2023-11-22 12:42:54

The Unihiker web interface supports only standard WiFi connections. It requires a 2.4GHz frequency band, the SSID must not contain special characters, and the network must be secured with a password without the need for additional authentication.

  

To connect to an open WiFi network without a password, one could attempt using the `nmcli` command in the terminal. However, it is uncertain if this method will affect the existing WiFi settings. It is advisable to back up your data before proceeding.

  

To scan for WiFi networks:

 ```nmcli dev wifi```

  

To connect to a specific WiFi network:

   ```nmcli dev wifi connect "wifi_name" password "wifi_password" ifname wlan0```

  

To disconnect from a WiFi network:

  ```nmcli dev disconnect iface wlan0```

  

userHeadPic LL
2023-10-04 04:15:19

I made a \etc\wpa_supplicant\wpa_supplicant.conf file containing this:

 

 

network={

ssid="myssid"

key_mgmt=NONE

}

 

Doesn't work.

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